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Old 18-01-2021, 11:37 PM
glend (Glen)
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Alan, ring up AusGrid and complain. They have a number of shielded light fittings that can be used to avoid flooding houses with direct light. They can also direct the light away from your property.
The street light at the end of my driveway burnt out some years ago, and I went out There as soon as I saw them going around the street. Generally they replace faulty ones when they do cleaning runs. The AusGrid guys could not have been nicer, when I explained I had an observatory in the backyard and the old light used to shine towards my bedroom window. They rummaged around in the truck and brought out a shaded directional light, which they then set up to point across to the other side of the street. No more light issues, I just get a bit of lumination on the bottom of my driveway.

It's worth a try.

Geez, I can't believe your luck Alan, first the guy behind you with his spot lights, now this.
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