Street lights in my area

Street lighting in Suffolk is changing, find out how your street might be affected

Suffolk County Council is currently implementing an Intelligent Street Lighting System to control our street lights. This allows us to switch off or dim some street lights, or leave them on remotely.  For more information, please read our "Part-night lighting and dimming streetlights in Suffolk" page on this website.


Some towns have been split into sections, to find out which section your road is in, check the street lists for your town and then the corresponding map detail will be given. The following towns have been split:

  • Bury St Edmunds
  • Lowestoft
  • Sudbury
  • Haverhill
  • Stowmarket
  • Ipswich

Maps have been drawn up for each village and town that has Suffolk County Council owned street lights. The maps identify which street lights are owned by the county council, whether they will be switched off between 12 and 5.30am, possibly dimmed or kept on, as decided by Cabinet policy and in consultation with parish councils and the police.

These maps are now available to view below. If your village or town is not in the list, please look at maps of neighbouring towns and villages, as they may include your area.

(The documents below are all PDF format and range in size the largest being 5MB)

Area Maps

Town, villages and parishes

A to I

Town, villages and parishes

K to Z

Aldeburgh/Snape Kedington
Bacton, Great Ashfield, Badwell Ash and Walsham Kentford
Barrow Kesgrave, Martlesham, Rushmere
Beccles, Worlingham, North Cove Kessingland
Beck Row, Holywell Row Kirton, Trimley
Bildeston Lakenheath
Botesdale, Rickinghall, Wattisfield Laxfield
Boxford Leavenheath
Bramford Leiston
Brandon Long Melford
Brantham Mendlesham
Bungay Mildenhall
Bures Nacton, Bucklesham, Purdis Farm
Capel St Mary Nayland
Chevington, Chedburgh Newmarket, Exning
Clare Occold, Worlingworth
Claydon, Great Blakenham Otley
Coddenham Palgrave
Debenham Red Lodge
Elmswell, Woolpit Ringsfield, Willingham, Redisham
Eriswell Ringshall, Great Bricett, Barking
Eye Risby
Felixstowe Rougham, Rushbroke, Beyton
Fornham Saxmundham, Great Glemham
Framlingham, Deddington Shotley
Fressingfield, Metfield Sproughton
Gazeley, Moulton Stanton
Gislingham Stowmarket, Stowupland, Creeting
Glemsford, Cavendish Stratford St Mary, East Bergholt
Great Barton Stuston
Great Bradley Sudbury, Great Cornard
Great Finborough, Combs Sutton, Holbrook, Tattingstone
Hadleigh Thurston
Halesworth, Wenhaston and Holton Tunstall, Sudbourne, Orford
Haughley, Wetherden, Old Newton Wangford, Reydon, Southwold
Haverhill Washbroke, Pinewood, Copdock
Henley, Ashbocking, Witnesham West Row
Hollesley, Alderton Westerfield, Tuddenham, Henley
Hopton Wherstead
Horringer Wickham Market, Rendlesham
Hoxne, Stradbroke Woodbridge, Melton, Grundisburgh
Icklingham, Tuddenham Wrentham
Ixworth Yoxford, Darsham, Westleton

Bury St Edmunds, Lowestoft, Haverhill, Sudbury, Stowmarket and Ipswich

For residents within Bury St Edmunds, Lowestoft, Haverhill, Sudbury, Stowmarket and Ipswich please check the following lists for your street name, and then look at the corresponding map.

Bury St Edmunds Street List

Bury St Edmunds maps
Bury St Edmunds map A
Bury St Edmunds map B
Bury St Edmunds map C
Bury St Edmunds map D
Bury St Edmunds map E
Bury St Edmunds map F

Lowestoft Street list

Lowestoft maps
Lowestoft map A
Lowestoft map B
Lowestoft map C
Lowestoft map D
Lowestoft map E
Lowestoft map F
Lowestoft map G

Haverhill street list

Haverhill maps
Haverhill map A
Haverhill map B
Haverhill map C
Haverhill map D

Stowmarket street list

Stowmarket maps
Stowmarket map A
Stowmarket map B
Stowmarket map C

Sudbury street list

Sudbury maps
Sudbury map A
Sudbury map B
Sudbury map C

Ipswich street list

Ipswich maps
Ipswich Central
Ipswich North-East
Ipswich North-West
Ipswich South-West
Ipswich South-East

My town or village is not listed above?

We have tried our best to list all towns and villages that are in the areas with Suffolk County Council owned street lights. If your parish or town is not on the list, check on the neighbouring town or village map, as this may include your area.

Otherwise, please contact the team via email and we can confirm whether your area is part of the scheme or not.

How do I get more information?

You can direct any queries to