We are in a time of considerable debate regarding street lighting and public safety. Many councils are questioning decisions made to dim street lighting or switch them off for part of the night; a practice known as ‘adaptive lighting’. The Institution of Lighting...
The government’s Spending Review should include support for innovation, especially to achieve the aims of net zero emissions, resilient infrastructure and nationwide digitalisation, according to recommendations published by the National Engineering Policy Centre (NEPC).
The ILP is calling on members to help widen awareness with UK government on the importance of lighting issues.
ILP provides information on the lighting industry to House of Lords debate on Coronavirus and the Economy
On Thursday 4 June, the House of Lords will be debating the economic lessons learned from the Covid 19 pandemic and the measures necessary to repair the UK economy. The Institution of Lighting Professionals has written to each Peer who has applied to participate in...
The ILP has written to the Prime Minister about the current COVID-19 crisis.
BS5489 for road lighting is changing and the public draft has been released for comment.
The Institution of Lighting Professionals met with UK Home Secretary to discuss lighting issues. Scott Pengelly and Alistair Scott, who volunteer as the Institution’s Vice Presidents for Products and Government & Policy respectively, met Home Secretary Priti Patel...
The Institution of Lighting Professionals is this week raising concerns with election candidates about lighting issues.
This is your opportunity to get involved with the direction of a huge part of the lighting industry!
The London Plan is a document which outlines the vision for the development of London’s infrastructure over the next 25 years