Latest UK Lighting News

ITAB’s UK Operation Acquires Profile Lighting

ITAB’s UK Operation Acquires Profile Lighting
November 28, 2014, No Comments

ITAB Shop Concept AB, through its UK subsidiary, has signed an agreement to acquire Profile Lighting. ITAB is one of Europe’s largest suppliers of store fixtures, conventional and self-serve checkouts, and lighting systems. It supplies equipment to 61 countries, has ... Read More»

Halogen phase-out delay

Halogen phase-out delay
November 27, 2014, No Comments

In response to the news around delays to measures phasing out energy-guzzling halogen bulbs, Sam Woodward, customer education leader, Europe and Africa at Lutron Electronics has commented: “With the 2020 target of improving energy efficiency by 20 per cent, energy savings are top of mind for consumers ... Read More»

Light at the end of the tunnel for drivers

Light at the end of the tunnel for drivers
November 26, 2014, No Comments

Telensa, the award-winning British wireless street lighting control company, has been selected to supply its street light central management system (CMS) as part of Hertfordshire County Council’s pioneering £6.5m A-road improvement project, managed by highway services contractor Ringway. More than ... Read More»

Half-century celebrations

Half-century celebrations
November 26, 2014, No Comments

Mitie, the FTSE 250 strategic outsourcer, has celebrated 50 years of experience in the lighting sector. It’s a story of industry firsts and major milestones for the UK’s largest lighting maintenance business. The 50-year anniversary was celebrated at an event ... Read More»

Young Lighter of the Year award

Young Lighter of the Year award
November 26, 2014, No Comments

Janna Aronson, of Lichtkompetenz GmbH, was named as the Young Lighter of the Year, by the Society of Light and Lighting (SLL) at a special presentation event on November 20. Impressing the judges with her presentation and paper, Aronson focused on the theme Daylight – Art ... Read More»

Lighting Projects

CP helps Pembroke College optimise energy efficiency

CP helps  Pembroke College optimise energy efficiency
November 27, 2014, No Comments

The Rapid lighting control system from CP Electronics has been installed to provide energy-efficient switching and dimming in new buildings recently constructed by Pembroke College, Oxford. The brief was to provide accurate and easy adjustment of light levels, something vital ... Read More»

Light at the end of the tunnel for drivers

Light at the end of the tunnel for drivers
November 26, 2014, No Comments

Telensa, the award-winning British wireless street lighting control company, has been selected to supply its street light central management system (CMS) as part of Hertfordshire County Council’s pioneering £6.5m A-road improvement project, managed by highway services contractor Ringway. More than ... Read More»

Danish drama

Danish drama
November 21, 2014, No Comments

Celebrating its 10th season anniversary, an extra dimension has been added to The Royal Danish Opera House, designed by architect Henning Larsen. Lighting designer and technical manager from the Royal Danish Theatre, Tommy Larsen, is responsible for lighting, sound and ... Read More»

Guiding light for prisoners

Guiding light for prisoners
November 21, 2014, No Comments

8point3 LED, a Kent-based company that delivers energy saving LED solutions to a wide range of public and private sector customers, is partnering with HMP/YOI Isis to bring energy efficient lighting to the prison with an LED vocational training workshop, ... Read More»

Chelsom creates custom scheme for Mondrian London

Chelsom creates custom scheme for Mondrian London
November 13, 2014, No Comments

Working in collaboration with Tom Dixon Design Research Studio, Chelsom created a dramatic custom lighting scheme for the guestrooms and lobby area of the first ever Mondrian branded boutique hotel outside the United States.   Seductive and striking, Mondrian London ... Read More»