Light directly opposite northbound bus stop is dead
Reported via desktop in the Single Light out (street light) category anonymously at 21:40, Sunday 10 January 2021
Sent to TfL less than a minute later. TfL ref: FMS2470973.
Dead street light opposite bus stop
Thank you for your report. We will now assign this to the relevant team to investigate.
Posted by TfL at 12:10, Tuesday 12 January 2021
Our routine inspections had already picked up this issue and it has been resolved. Thank you for taking the time to report this to us. Should you need anything else or have any questions please contact customer services on 0343 222 1234
State changed to: Fixed
Posted by TfL at 10:10, Wednesday 13 January 2021
The above report cannot be completely accurate - I'm just in from late shopping and the street lighting column directly opposite the northbound bus stop 'S' and named 'Brooke Road' is as dead now as it was when I reported it. What was the factual basis for me to be told at 10.10 this morning that the issue "has been resolved" when at 10.10 this evening it manifestly has not been? Are you really telling me that it was, but has re-faulted inside 12 hours?
Posted anonymously at 22:32, Wednesday 13 January 2021
Your report has now been resolved. Thank you for taking the time to report this to us. Should you need anything else or have any questions please contact customer services on 0343 222 1234
Posted by TfL at 12:05, Thursday 14 January 2021
I regret to have to say that this problem has still not been resolved; that light is not working. Again, I'm just back in - it's a 3-minute walk from my front door - after a short walk to exercise in the evening when almost no-one else is about. I do not know if this is all because there's actually a problem with correctly identifying the precise location: it's outside the party wall boundary between nos. 120 [Horc & Co] and 118 [Rocket Barber Shop] Stoke Newington High Street, directly opposite the northbound bus stop as previously mentioned. Do you have access to Google maps streetview to verify? Is there really a problem gaining safe kerbside access for the crow's nest cradle because of the barriers in the carriageway giving more pedestrian space? Is your contractor blatantly telling you porkies?
Posted anonymously at 22:32, Thursday 14 January 2021
Just back in and happy to be able to report that it's working. Thanks.
Posted anonymously at 22:02, Tuesday 19 January 2021
Provide an update