What you can do

Tackle the Source

First, approach the owner of the lighting. Often the remedy is quite simple. A minor adjustment may be all that is required. Or maybe an agreement about when lights should be turned on or off. Remember, of course, to be considerate in your own design and installation of lighting systems.

Contact Planning Office

The Planning Office has an important role before developments take place. If you have concerns about proposals that may contribute to light pollution contact your local Planning Office.

Take Legal Action

If all else fails contact a solicitor to find out what action may be appropriate.
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