How do I provide my feedback?

    There are a number of ways in which you can provide feedback:


    • Online/ Website
      Complete the Feedback Form which asks specific questions about the project and provides an opportunity for general comments regarding the project/proposal. Click here for information about the project.

    • Written Submissions
      All written submissions must be received by 5.00 pm on Friday 21 December 2012 and should be addressed to:

      Community Consultation
      Lefevre Terrace Lighting Renewal
      GPO Box 2252, Adelaide SA 5001

    Alternatively comments can be emailed to

    What happens to my feedback?

    • The project team will take all feedback into consideration in producing a successful outcome.

    • Your feedback will also be utilised as it relates to future lighting renewal projects across North Adelaide and the City in general.

    How do I know my feedback has been received?

    All feedback and correspondence will be acknowledged so that you know your comments/feedback has been received.

    Who can I contact for more information?

    For more information, please contact:

    Andre Fredericks
    Senior Asset Consultant – Lighting & Electrical

    Phone: 08 8203 7203
    Email Address:

    Alternatively you can email,

    What is the scope of work planned?

    The scope of works is limited to the exchange of light fittings, while retaining the existing poles and underground services in the large majority of locations.

    In exceptional cases, tree growth may affect a light’s performance adversely. These cases will be addressed individually with the most-affected parties, so that the matter may be resolved successfully

    Why do we need new light fittings?

    Council has a responsibility to maintain its infrastructure in good condition and operate it cost-effectively and efficiently.

    The new fittings will enable Council to achieve these objectives in an affordable manner.

    Where else is LED lighting being used successfully?

    LED Street-lighting technology is well advanced and used successfully in many capital and smaller cities across, Europe, UK, USA, Canada and Asia.

    How will the increased costs be affordable?

    The higher initial investment required for LED Street-lighting is readily balanced over time by the savings from their reduced energy consumption, improved reliability, and superior light quality.

    What types of lighting does Council intend to install around the city in the future?

    Adelaide City Council is committed facilitating safe and sustainable communities through its lighting program. While the currently available LED technology offers many advantages over conventional lighting, Council will continually monitor market developments to ensure that its investment decisions remain prudent and timely.