Who are we?
We are lighting through and through. Designing and manufacturing lights for commercial and domestic use with over 30 years experience. Our aim is to offer quality, choice, innovation and great service.
What can we offer you?
: Our experience in the lighting industry means we can deliver lighting solutions using the latest LED technologies, designed for you by our in-house designers and our innovation specialists on the south coast.
: Advancements in LED technology allows the teams to be progressive in the design of every product, its housing and function.
: Installation ease and speed is important to us; we understand the demand for efficiency and we want to ensure the productivity of Saxby Lighting installers.
: We have a large stock holding of 98% at our warehousing facility in Leeds, guaranteeing our customers benefit from our excellent next day delivery service.
: Our extensive and impressive showroom is centrally located for our customers to visit. Based on a 6-acre site in Leeds, we display a wide range of Saxby Lighting fittings as well as our more domestic and decorative lighting from our sister brands Endon Lighting and Interiors 1900.
Where can you find us?
Our products are sold across the United Kingdom and throughout Europe. Browse our website and find your local stockist here
Competition Law Statement
The Boards of National Lighting Company Ltd (NLC) and Poole Lighting Ltd (Poole) are committed to ensuring that Poole and its employees comply at all times with competition law.
Poole has a competition compliance program in place to ensure that the NLC and Poole Boards’ objectives can be achieved. The Boards will ensure that they monitor Poole’s adherence to the competition compliance program and that it is addressed at regular NLC and Poole Board meetings.
Please address any queries about Poole's competition compliance program to Paul Mansfield, the Nominated Officer for Poole.
CMA Investigation Press Release
NLC is pleased to confirm the conclusion of its discussions with the CMA. NLC accepts the CMA’s findings, and acknowledges undertaking certain practices which breached competition law. NLC ceased these practices as soon as the CMA opened its investigation.
The past practices of NLC were never aimed at harming consumers but merely sought to protect its bricks and mortar customers from the significant damage being done to them by the free riding of certain internet resellers.
NLC is excited about its future, and going forward intends to work with best in class retailers, be they bricks and mortar, internet or both to design, develop and supply industry leading lighting products that our customers want, trust and value.
Having put in place its own market leading compliance program NLC calls on the CMA to ensure, through its ongoing work within the lighting industry, the creation of a level playing field for all suppliers. It is evident that efforts to influence resale prices remain widespread and other companies will have to comply with the law or face significant fines.
20 June 2017