More energy efficient lights coming to remaining parts of Essex to help reduce maintenance costs.
Rochford, Castle Point and Maldon are the next Essex districts to have their streetlights upgraded as part of the programme being rolled out by Essex Highways.
So far 115,000 older style lights have been replaced with LED ones, which is around 87% of all the lights in Essex.
The new units save around 75% of energy compared to the previous lights. They are also more efficient as they are expected to last up to 20 years, reducing the cost on taxpayers to replace the bulbs more frequently.