Councillors have recently installed temporary lights on the Jesus Green Plane Tree Avenue as part of the works to replace the path under the trees. The temporary lights have been put in place prior to the permanent installation of “heritage” street lamp columns due at the start of December.
Despite this significant effort, and presumably money, going into providing lighting on Jesus Green during the work there are many lights which are not functioning elsewhere on the green space.
Light 24 F by the play area is dim; the light on the riverside path just downstream of the lock-keepers’ cottage is out, the light next to the kiosk at the foot of the ramp from Jesus Lock bridge is out and one of the lights on Jesus Lock bridge is out. (The light numbers on the bridge appear not to have been replaced after the recent refurbishment.)
It appears to me a few new bulbs could substantially enhance the quality of lighting on the green space.
In addition, in the local area, street-light L2QBV 2 on Carlyle Road and street-light 1 on Holland Street in Cambridge are also out.