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The new light pole fixtures will be installed first and then the existing light fixtures will be removed so there is no loss of light at night.
Residents said they were worried about the building overlooking their gardens, causing a loss of light, and labelled its height of 11.
But there were objections, with Hazel Spencer telling councillors it would lead to a loss of light and rear access for one neighbour.
He also says they are not dangerous and don''t cause an unacceptable loss of light to the applicant''s property.
Challenges remain, including minimizing the loss of light as signals move through optical fiber systems used to transmit the entangled photons.
Visual loss is a result of progressive loss of light sensitive cells at the back of the eye due to damage from abnormal, leaking blood vessels.
GARAGES in Colwyn Bay will make way for flats, despite residents in surrounding properties complaining about the loss of light and warmth to their homes.
This is an issue which I cannot ignore - loss of light due to a neighbouring high hedge has a significant impact on the reasonable enjoyment of a person's property and needs to be dealt with urgently.