Dr Shelley James shares her latest research into the business case for ‘human centred’ lighting.
Several ILP members working within local authorities are receiving Freedom of Information requests relating to street lighting assets, budgets and adaptive lighting: dimming and switching off.
The Institution of Lighting Professionals (ILP) today revealed plans for the coming weeks to provide hours of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) for lighting engineers, designers, students and consultants.
This latest course from the ILP is for street lighting engineers old and new, asset managers, trainees, apprentices and all those involved in street lighting maintenance.
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...
This document has been published to help those developing, planning, constructing or managing attachments to lighting columns.
Most people in construction are familiar with Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) cards. It’s the card that provides proof that individuals working on construction sites have the appropriate training and qualifications for the job they do on site.
In 2020 UK Roads Liaison Group, through UK Lighting and Technology Group, produced a ‘State of the Nation Street Lighting Survey’. It carries information about the numbers of assets under maintenance, the mix of lamp types and progress in LED lighting roll-out. In addition, the report outlines policies for part night lighting and dimming.
The new online BS5489 Good Practice course is now available for those involved in road lighting design and policy makers.
Michala Medcalf who has been appointed to the voluntary role, began her lighting career in 2000 and is currently a Street Lighting Manager for Derby Council.
An online event to celebrate International Women’s Day that features a selection of themed sessions: Inspiration, Project, Action and Social.
Artificial light provides many benefits but if not properly considered, designed and installed can result in a range of issues including but not limited to obtrusive light, sky glow, adverse effects on fauna and flora and potentially be a legal nuisance.
Light has inspired art, religion and science; it holds the secrets of the universe.