Welcome to the Staffordshire PFI Lighting Portal
Lighting for Staffordshire maintains more than 108,000 street lights and illuminated signs throughout Staffordshire to reduce the risk of accidents at night, improves public safety and help reduce the fear of crime.

As well as monitoring street lighting and illuminated signs on a continuous basis, we also rely on light failure and damage reports received from residents, pedestrians and other road users. We are responsible for the installation, maintenance and repair of all adopted lighting units.

Lighting for Staffordshire have been awarded a 25 year PFI (Private Finance Initiative) contract to carry out the renewal of life-expired road lighting and illuminated traffic sign equipment on the road and streets of Staffordshire (excluding unitary authority of Stoke on Trent and motorways passing through the county) together with the ongoing maintenance of the apparatus. The contract covers some 108,000 pieces of apparatus over the contract period.

The types of lights maintained are:

Street lights / lampposts
Lit road bollards
Belisha beacons
School flashers
Lit traffic signs
Subway lights

Some street lights are owned and maintained by Housing Associations and maintenance of street lights in some new developments or private roads are the responsibility of other organisations.
Last Updated: 23/03/2021 20:35

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