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Public Lighting Fault Reporting

You can report faulty public lighting to the private operator maintaining the lights on behalf of the local authority.

Public/Street Lighting

Should you wish to report a public light out of order in your area you can contact Airtricity directly. Airtricity carries out repairs on behalf of the County Council:-

Phone: 1850 372 772 or log onto the website below;

The following information is required:

  • The town/village and street name
  • The number on the pole if available 
  • The location of the light eg. outside house number 8 

Your name and contact number 

If the housing estate has not been taken in-charge by Tipperary County Council then the developer of the estate is responsible for the maintenance of the public lighting.

Related Information

Public Lighting Policy

Public Lighting is a highly valued and visible asset with the potential to make a significant contribution to the wider community in terms of accessibility, road safety and the fostering of commercial activity.

Tipperary County Council currently has a stock of approximately 16,000 lights and this is likely to increase in the future due to the taking in charge of housing estates, construction of new housing schemes, new road schemes and urban renewal.