Lighting London Sustainably

Lighting London Sustainably

Active Dates: January 2020 - January 2021
Number of Project Partners: 5
Lead Partner: Centre for London
CRP Project Lead: Susannah Wilks

Cross River Partnership is extremely pleased to be working with the Centre for London, the GLA, the City of London Corporation, the Rothschild Foundation and others on a research study into lighting in global cities.

Across London, lighting plays a crucial role in social, cultural, and environmental capacities, from cultivating new civic spaces such as the Illuminated River Project, to its potential impacts on mental health and wellbeing, and the need for new energy saving lighting infrastructure.

With The Mayor’s Night Time Czar, Amy Lame, encouraging a holistic approach to the night time and lighting, we are collaborating with partners to research current issues and challenges, as well as potential effective solutions to sustainable lighting in a growing 24 hour city economy.

The final report can be viewed here – Seeing Clearly: How lighting can make London a better city.

Other key resources can be found below in the Downloads and Links section.

Useful Downloads & Links

Seeing Clearly: How lighting can make London a better city
Final report
24-hour London Vision
The Mayor’s plan to turn London into a leading 24-hour global city
Women's Night Safety Charter
Mayor of London
A Lighting Vision for the City of London
City of London Corporation
The Illuminated River
Who's who in the Illuminated River project
London's Great Bridges: Lighting the Thames
Channel 4 - 3-part documentary
CRP Lighting Event 2019
Presentation slides
CRP Lighting Event 2019
CRP recommendations
Light At The End Of The Tunnel
Transforming railway viaducts in central London
Light At The End Of The Tunnel
Celebrations document
New French legislation to prevent, limit and reduce light pollution