The Institution of Lighting Professionals (ILP) is delighted to announce the appointment of Justin Blades as its new Chief Executive Officer in succession to Tracey White who is relocating abroad. Justin will join the ILP on 1 November 2021 and has a strong mandate to...
The LUCI Annual General Meeting brings together the members of LUCI, including ILP, for its General Assembly.
In the European research project Smart Light Concepts (SLIC), researchers from Avans University of Applied Sciences and Portsmouth University explore different solutions for reducing carbon emissions from public lighting.
‘Towards A Dark Sky Standard’ is a brand new resource that encourages good lighting decision making before the installation or planning process.
SLIC Decision Support Tool: A tool to aid decision making in the adoption of innovative public lighting technologies and techniques for economic savings, environmental sustainability and social inclusion in smart cities.
How To Be Brilliant has teamed up with the Totally Thames Festival to spread the word about better lighting. The festival celebrates the River Thames with arts events, active adventures, environmental initiatives, heritage and education programmes. On 24...
The UK is urgently in need of an electric vehicle charging infrastructure. The Institution has launched a ‘Light, Seen’ CPD session to look at types of feeder pillars, types of electric chargers, and explain points to consider.
Fresh from the printer we now have Professional Lighting Guide 26 (PLG26) Corrosion Protection of Minor Structures which supersedes TR26 Painting of Lighting Columns.
We are sad to share the news that ILP Durham Secretary, Tony Lord, died recently.
Dr Shelley James shares her latest research into the business case for ‘human centred’ lighting.
Fiona Horgan became the Institution’s 90th President and the second woman to ever hold the role at the ILP AGM held yesterday.
A session on lighting and planning, delivered by two planning policy officers from nationally protected landscapes.
GN01/21 has been produced to clarify metrics introduced in the previous version, with regards to when more detailed requirements should be applied and how they can be assessed.