The council is upgrading 17,000 street lights to energy-efficient LEDs from October 2016.
The three-year project will be carried out by Peterborough Highway Services, a 10-year partnership between Peterborough City Council and Skanska for the provision of highway maintenance services.
LED street lighting is designed to direct light downwards on to the road, reducing light pollution into properties. It also produces less carbon than conventional street lighting.
The replacement programme will rolled out a ward at a time across the whole city with the initial upgrades taking place in North, Park and Central wards.
Technicians will be fitting digital control units, known as central management systems (CMS), within every lamp post. This enables engineers to monitor the performance of each and every light and detect and fix faults quickly.
A roadshow will be held in each ward prior to the works starting to give residents the chance to find out more about the programme and ask questions.
Details of further roadshows will be added to this page throughout the coming weeks.
If you have a question about the LED street lighting upgrade, you can use the form below to contact us.