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The Institution of Lighting Professionals explains why LED street lighting does not pose a risk to public health when specified and installed correctly.
Gateshead Council has been forced to hit back at a conspiracy theory which claims it is carrying out secret Government trials using its street lights.
A new study published at the end of last year found light pollution has risen over the past five years. Is LED to blame? And if so, what can be done to combat this? Lee Walker investigates.
Councils could save more than £200m a year if they switched to high-efficiency LED street lights, according to climate campaigners.
Paul Haddlesey sets out why local authorities should ensure street lighting infrastructure can adapt to future data input needs.
'Smart’ streetlights have been installed in Essex offering the potential to monitor pollution, guide driverless vehicles, and create Wi-Fi hotspots.
Tiz Gibson looks back at last year’s ‘trends’ in street lighting and outlines what lies ahead for many of the UK’s local authorities.
Councils’ use of LED street lighting may need to be managed to reduce its impacts on the environment, according to new research.
A national upgrade of street lighting provides the perfect opportunity to improve asset management and help with the transition to smart cities, says Graham Cartledge.
Laura Sharman catches up with the new president of the Institute of Lighting Professionals to discuss everything from Brexit to the legal and moral importance of staff training.