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Street Lights on Fozdell Way - too few, too dim and intermittently not working. The street is too dark in the evening and the street lanps are either too dim or sometines not working. The lamp outside number 47 is always "on the blink".

Reported in the Street light dim category by Paul Motley at 18:17, Tue 15 October 2019

Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later

Please let me know if it is really necessary to submit photos of the street lamps at night and I will do so.

The was a significant burglary at number 53 Foxdell Way last night. The owners two cars were stolen. It does not help that the street is so dark at night. There is far too much crime in the area of Chalfont St Peter these days with little evidence of police until after the event. Hopefully the Council can improve the lighting not just on Foxdell Way, but also on other streets with dingy lighting.

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