Woolwich Station

Designplan was specified for Woolwich Elizabeth Line Station where the Flair Mini was installed. This is a robust, yet architectural luminaire. Specified Products Project Video Take a look inside Woolwich Elizabeth line station which features our lighting. This video has been posted on the Crossrail YouTube channel which is a website not maintained by Designplan.

London Bridge Station

The redevelopment of London Bridge Station was part of the government’s £7bn Thameslink programme involving a major track upgrade, a new rail underpass with platforms being widened and extended to handle a 30% increase in trains. Designplan worked closely with the contractor, NG Bailey, and the consultant, WSP, to minimise the artificial lighting in the […]


Crossrail is one of the largest infrastructure projects of its kind currently being undertaken in Europe. It is building 42km of tunnels, 10 new stations and improving 30 more. The finished railway will be named the Elizabeth line when it opens in central London and will be an accessible route of 40 stations from Reading […]

Monash University

Designplan’s Australian sister company, Eagle Lighting, were appointed by NDYLIGHT (Norman Disney and Young) to provide lighting for the transport interchange as part of the Monash University Learning and Teaching Building. The new transport interchange delivers a world-class sustainable public transport hub with improved integration of bus, cyclist and pedestrian services. Our lighting installation in […]

Edinburgh Gateway

The £42 million Edinburgh Gateway Interchange provides transfers from the ScotRail Network, directly onto Edinburgh Trams for travel to Edinburgh Airport. It is an important step to a fully integrated transport system for the Edinburgh region. Designplan were appointed by WSP to supply the lighting throughout the transport hub to ensure safe wayfinding and orientation. […]

AWPR/B-T bridges

A new road network, one of the largest infrastructure projects in Scotland, has been being constructed around Aberdeen and surrounding areas in the North East of Scotland. The aim of the 58km Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route/Balmedie to Tipperty (AWPR/B-T) project is to lower pollution and reduce congestion, whilst improving safety and public transport links. This […]