They certainly consulted each other on this little snippet. Taken from a link within your link Mark, which in all fairness is not available to those who are without internet access, and therefore most vulnerable to any unannounced changes within the borough.http://democracy.wirral.gov.uk/mgAi.aspx?ID=23643#mgDocuments
Street Lighting £85k
· Officers agreed to address concerns that were expressed in relation to the procurement restrictions being in place, which could prevent the use more efficient lighting technology and adversely impact on the Lighting Strategy.
· That, with many residents being in fuel poverty, it was not acceptable to expect residents to provide or improve their own lighting on their premises to reduce dependence on public lighting.
· That the officers should investigate and compare the costs and potential savings associated with new LED lighting technology against dimming the existing conventional lighting.
Always some little amusing idea to be discussed in these meetings.