Three lamp posts, which are locally listed heritage assets, have at last been appropriately restored by the City Council. The posts with their swan neck upper section now boast an attractive lantern featuring a period glass bulb and cover. Re-painting should be possible when the weather improves. These purpose-built electric lighting columns were erected in the 1920s and 30s after the founding of the Brighton Lighting and Electrical Engineering Company which had the contract to modernise street lighting in Brighton and Hove. “BLEECO” designed the swan neck lanterns although they were often made by J Every of Lewes. The MCHA has thanked the City Council for bringing some light into our lives in these gloomy times!