LIST OF MAJOR DOCUMENTS PROVIDING GUIDANCE
TO THE PUBLIC ON LIGHT POLLUTION
|1.||Countryside Commission and Department of the Environment, Lighting in the Countryside: Towards Good Practice, 1997
|2.||Rural White Paper; Rural England-A Nation Committed to a Living Countryside, 1995
|3.||Department of Transport White Paper; A New Deal for Transport; better for everyone, CM 3950, July 1998
|4.||Department of Transport, Road Lighting and the Environment, 1993
|5.||British Standards, BS5489, Road Lighting
|6.||Planning Policy Guidance: PPG 12,17,23
|1.||Institution of Lighting Engineers (ILE): Domestic Security Lighting, Friend or Foe; A Practical Guide to the Development of a Public Lighting Policy for Local Authorities (TR24); Brightness of Iluminated Advertisements (TR5); Guidance Notes for the Reduction of Light Pollution.
|2.||Society of Light and Lighting (CIBSE): Code for interior lighting (LC1); The industrial environment (LG1); Sports (LG4); The Exterior Environment (LG6).
|3.||ILE and CIBSE jointly, Lighting the Environment - a guide to good urban lighting.
Commission Internationale de L'eclarage (International Commission
on Illumination) (CIE): The CIE have published many guides on
lighting, including: Guide for floodlighting (94-1993);
Recommendations for the lighting of roads for motor and pedestrian
traffic (115 -1995); Guide for minimizing skyglow (126-1997);
Guide for lighting exterior work areas (129-1998); Design
Methods for the lighting of Roads (132-1999); Guide to
the lighting of urban areas (136-2000); Guide on the limitation
of the effects of obtrusive light from outdoor lighting installations
Joint Publication of CIE and the International Astronomical
Union: Guidelines for minimizing Urban Sky Glow near Astronomical