As many of our Members will be aware the cost of PI insurance is increasing. The ILP is working with a leading Insurance Broker to help find a solution by way of an exclusive product for ILP Members.
The ILP brings together the lighting community to share knowledge which helps people light the world in a better way. We know that mental wellbeing is more important than ever.
No one likes light pollution, obtrusive light, or nuisance light. It affects people, animals and plants, it wastes energy, and it is completely avoidable.
Special guests have been invited to guest edit the Light Minded Movement Instagram site over the coming weeks.
With social distancing still in place and tensions continuing to rise, London-based artist Marcus Lyall has transformed a soon-to-be-demolished office block in London Bridge into an interactive public artwork.
Here are some more FAQs which we hope will help you. Our first set of FAQs was published on 14 April 2020 and the second set was published on 1 May 2020.
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...
CPD from the ILP: Lighting Public Spaces Post-Pandemic: How can we encourage community spirit and well-being? webinar
We invite everyone in public lighting to meet the team behind this award winning public realm art installation, see how it works, the way people respond and consider whether this can make a permanent impact that benefits the communities you serve. Suitable for designers, engineers, manufacturers and consultants.
The ILP are holding a free CPD webinar that will focus on the British Standard for road lighting design. An updated version of BS5489-1 2020 has just been published which includes some significant changes from the previous version.
Institution of Lighting Professionals and International Nighttime Design Initiative announce friendship agreement
Commencing on 16 May 2020, the International Day of Light, the two associations announced they would work in a spirit of collaboration on their mutual aims regarding urban nighttime issues: lighting and design knowledge sharing, advocacy and education and Continuous Professional Development.
There seems to be many uncertainties surrounding the upgrading process. We would like to put these myths to bed for you.
Interest in the use of ultraviolet radiation (UVR) to manage the risk of COVID-19 transmission is growing rapidly with each day of this pandemic.
Our next Hi Lights session on 11 May will be a NULTY TEAM TAKEOVER!