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.
As a lighting industry and profession, through LED technology we have made huge strides in reducing energy use and carbon emissions. Our next challenge is reduce light pollution to safeguard wildlife and protect people’s enjoyment of star laden Dark Skies.
After three years in post, Tracey White is relocating abroad and will work on new projects from a distance.
Congratulations to Fiona Horgan, Rebecca Hatch IEng MILP and Perry Hazell who will take on the roles of President, Senior Vice President and Junior Vice President at the AGM on 16 June.
What can be learnt from Westminster’s EV charging rollout?
You might think the European road lighting Standards would be applied the same way across all of Europe but that isn’t the case.
With public lighting and safety in the headlines, particularly when it comes to adaptive practices, the BBC recently turned to the ILP for expert guidance on this subject.
The term Circular Economy is gaining a resonance across the lighting industry as it presents its own challenges and opportunities. This presentation will highlight some of the key aspects of the requirements.
Acclaimed artist Liz West is confirmed as the next speaker for How To Be Brilliant, the lighting industry’s only event series designed to attract students, interns, apprentices, and new entrants to the lighting profession.