Local Authority lighting

Blackpool Borough Council has installed VeeLite Louvered Bollards on a residential Pathway along Faraday Way, a residential and office area of Blackpool.  The Louvered Bollard provides wide spacings and high light levels.  This Local Authority Bollard lighting provides high quality white light.

Local Authority Bollard lighting

The Louvered Bollard is of robust construction with aluminium construction and die-cast Louvres.  On this Project, the Rooted version was supplied as it is more robust than the Flanged version. The Bollard also has the advantage that individual parts can be purchased later in the event of vandalism or other damage, to facilitate easy repair. However, a year after installation (when the photo above was taken), all Bollards are undamaged and in good working order.

The Rooted version (on all VeeLite Bollards)  is also available with a strengthened anti-ram insert on request.  VeeLite also offer Stainless Steel LED Bollards in various heights.  LED Bollards with internal motion sensors are offered.  These can switch the lighting on/off or alternatively switch the lighting from 100% to 10% default.  This provides 98% energy savings, from a traditional 70w Bollard (which uses 77watts) to a 15w LED Bollard operating at 10%, ie only 1.5w.

For some Local Authority Bollard Lighting projects, an LED Bollard can be supplied which operates on extra low voltage, for enhanced safety reasons.

To get a Proposal for your Local Authority Bollard lighting project:

Please send details or Autocad drawing by email. There is no charge or obligation for suitable Projects.
We can calculate the number of light fittings required and advise light levels. We will advise where they should be located and the cost of the Equipment. Other lighting may need to be added for landscaped areas or to add decorative architectural effect.

Location: Blackpool, North West England.

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