Street lights can be either Council or Electricity Company assets. Standard street lights are typically a power company asset, but non-standard lights are often a Council asset. In both Councils typically pay for the electricity costs associated with street lighting.
The useful life of street lighting will vary considerably due to a range of environmental & other factors. A useful life of 30 years appears to be typical for the runways operated by the organisations listed below.
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