Light Pollution

GOOD LIGHTING POLICY SHOWN BELOW

This public house has non-polluting lights. All are pointing down and any scatter falls on the path outside

Street lighting has improved enormously in Cardiff. The side of the National Museum manages to be attractive with just good street lights

The wall lights in Queen Street reflect the historic nature of the street and manage to keep light beams to below the horizontal.

POOR LIGHTING POLICY SHOWN BELOW

City Hall Cardiff (17,800 watts) and National Museum BEFORE it was floodlit.

Fashion fad-up lights around City Hall entrance. What is their purpose?

These ground lights were installed to light the statue of Lloyd George opposite the Museum. Can you see it? When the lights stopped working because of a fault, a councillor requested that they be repaired! The light behind the statue is a street light.

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