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  • PublisherCIBSE
  • Product CodeLGLP
  • Number of pages42
  • Publication DateJan 2011
  • ISBN

LGLP SLL Guide to the Lighting of Licensed Premises

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LGLP SLL Guide to the Lighting of Licensed Premises

This guide offers advice on lighting in all types of premises where alcoholic beverages are sold for consumption, which may range from a busy city centre pub to the bar in a working men's club. It also covers the question of energy use - current regulations can nowadays put severe constraints on lighting. It is written in terms that require no specialist knowledge of lighting.

It provides advice and assistance to all those who are concerned with the design, equipping, management and operation of ‘licensed premises', i.e. premises in which alcoholic beverages are sold for consumption on the premises. They include the following:

  • public houses
  • bars/restaurants
  • ‘gastropubs'
  • sports and social clubs
  • health clubs and sports halls
  • theatres and cinemas
  • airports and railway stations
  • universities and colleges
  • hotels and guest houses
  • licensed tea rooms
  • conference halls and assembly rooms.

This guide is intended to cover existing buildings, new buildings, and those cases where existing buildings originally built for different purposes are converted to licensed premises.

Licensed premises have to meet various requirements of law: they are a place of work and must comply with the Building Regulations and they usually require emergency lighting. This guide offers advice and guidance in respect of lighting on all of these points.