Many local authorities have some form of asset register. However for many, this database can be out of date or incomplete.
With many other needs and projects competing for budget, what are the benefits of having an up-to-date asset register?
Whilst night-scouting patrols remain essential for the detection of outages, they only detect asset faults after they have caused an outage.
This leaves a period of time with insufficient lighting impacting levels of public safety.
Up-to-date asset registers help lighting engineers to become aware of potential faults before they occur. This allows you to proactively plan maintenance works, preventing outages before they occur.
In 2020, the UK government announced that the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles will be banned in 2030. This legislation is set to rapidly increase the demand for EV charging infrastructure over the next 10 years.
With many UK residents only having access to on-street parking, an increasing number of local authorities are looking to modify existing street infrastructure to incorporate EV charging infrastructure.
Our asset surveys report on the condition of existing columns and can effectively assess their suitability to be used for EV charging.
An up-to-date asset register is essential in the planning of future maintenance works and LED upgrades.
Acrospire offer a turnkey asset survey solution which easily integrates with any existing asset registry.
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