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Ten years and getting brighter

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Ready, Steady, Light, a two-day event will be held on 19-20 March at Rose Bruford College in London. For the first time, a junior

version of the event will be run on 19 March, with the main event following on 20 March. The senior event will bring together up to 15 teams, which will compete to design an exterior lighting scheme in just 180 minutes using a range of supplied equipment. . Entry is restricted to one team

per organisation. We would also like to encourage team organisers to include first-timers to the event. Each team must be led by a Society of Light and Lighting member. There will be prizes for the

following categories: ● Founders Prize; ● Most Creative Effect, based on the natural features of the site and the theme;

● Best Technical Solution for taking into account energy use, light pollution and health and safety; and

● Peer Prize. Junior Ready Steady Light is open to anyone over the age of 16. Aimed at A-level and college students, it’s an opportunity to experience the inspiration of light first hand. Teams will be put together

on the day and there’s even a place in the established event up for grabs, so register now to secure your place. For full details and entry

information, visit uk/events

Part L 2013 talks begin

● A summary of the proposals in the next round of Building Regulation changes

The consultation on the next round of changes to the Building Regulations was launched on 31 January. The current consultation addresses Parts

A (Structure), B (Fire Safety), C (resistance to contaminants and moisture), K (Protection from Falling), M (Access) and N (Glazing Safety). Changes are also proposed relating to Access Statements, Security, Changing Places toilets and Regulation 7 on the durability of products. The consultation package is divided into four

parts. Section one outlines the consultation approach and then presents proposals to change various technical aspects of the regulations. Section two outlines proposals to increase the energy efficiency of buildings and connects with the emerging Green Deal requirements. Section three contains proposals in relation to electrical safety in homes (Part P). Section four outlines changes to the building control system. The proposed changes are due to come into

effect in three stages: those relating to energy efficiency will be phased in to coordinate with the introduction of the Green Deal, which is due to begin in October 2012; the deregulatory proposals in the consultation are intended to come into force in April 2013; and those proposals that have a regulatory impact are expected to come into force in October 2013. There will be a workshop at CIBSE on 6

March, with presentations by the Department of Communities and Local Government, which will explain the details of the proposals. For more information contact Members wishing to contribute to CIBSE’s response can find further details at tinyurl. com/88lwvxo The deadline for responses to the overall consultation is 27 April, but responses affecting the Green Deal are required by the end of March. The Society of Light and Lighting also has a page, looking in particular at proposals to adopt aspects of the Lighting Efficiency Numerical Indicator (LENI) in the 2013 changes to Part L. See To see the full, easy-to-read version of the consultation, visit

Training and development

This is a good time for all new trainees who may be following an approved employer training scheme to register with CIBSE. Trainees must hold a grade

of CIBSE membership, such as graduate, for those progressing towards ACIBSE/IEng or MCIBSE/CEng, or student for LCIBSE/EngTech. If they have not already applied, we would invite them to do so as soon as

possible. School leavers who are on an appropriate academic course of study are eligible to apply for student membership. Information and application

forms for all grades of Institute membership are available on the CIBSE website under the ‘Membership’ section. The registration form is included in the current Training and Development Manual;

New members, fellows and associates

Fellows Stuart Richard Robert Mackenzie Belfast, UK

Martin Radley Wallington, UK


Siu Lun, Kenneth Au Yeung Kowloon, Hong Kong

Ho Fung Cheung Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Wai Yee Chiu Hong Kong, Hong Kong

John Francis Cork Geaney Republic of Ireland

Man Kit Hui N.T., Hong Kong

Chi Keung Lam Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Wai Sze Law Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Wing Leung Wilson Leung Sheung Shui, N.T., Hong Kong

Ka Fai, Li Hong Kong, Hong Kong

James Daniel McLoone Lifford, Republic of Ireland

Chi Ying Poon Kowloon, Hong Kong

Vijay Rajaram Singapore, Singapore

Chi Ming To Yuen Long, Hong Kong

Yu Sang Yiu Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Ning, Zhu Shanghai, People’s Republic of China


Martin Harker Keighley, UK

Lee James Lindop Newcastle-Under-Lyme, UK

Paul Bryant Southampton, UK

Christopher Maloney Cambridge, UK

FELLOWS Martin Radley

Martin is an electrical engineer and director at Arup. He has experience in a wide spectrum of project sectors. He recently relocated to Johannesburg to lead Arup’s buildings practice for southern Africa.

Stuart Mackenzie

Stuart is an associate director with JCP Consulting in Belfast and has 19 years’ experience in the building services industry. He is responsible for the development of sustainable design practice and the delivery of projects. Recently he has focussed his efforts on energy conservation projects for the healthcare, education and industrial sectors.

14 CIBSE Journal March 2012

trainees can email it direct to Olwen Williams at A confirmation of registration will be sent via email. Further information on the

training and development that is available from the Institution can be viewed at and by clicking on the CIBSE > IPD & CPD > Employer Training Schemes tab.

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