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Old Street is one of the business success stories of the UK. Companies working in tech, creative and ‘knowledge’ businesses are clustered together in the busy streets of south Islington and neighbouring boroughs. These sectors drive much of the UK economy. In London, the tech sector is growing more than two and a half times faster than the UK average and contributes £184bn to the British economy.
Ahead of next week's Spring Budget, a letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer from the Leader and Deputy Leader of Islington Council about four things that would make a huge difference to lives in Islington
People in Islington can transform unused and unloved places near their homes, to create great community spaces including tree pits, parklets and rain gardens.
With Islington Council's budget being voted on next week, leader Cllr Kaya Comer-Schwartz explains why the council has written to the Government making three urgent calls for action
A man who took £22,000 for shoddy and unnecessary roofing work to a resident’s home has been jailed for 16 months after prosecution from Islington Council.
Local people are being invited to help shape the Cally’s exciting future, as the council puts forward proposals to create a greener, healthier, more welcoming area for all.
Young people went to the polls this week and have elected a new Young Mayor and Deputy Young Mayor of Islington, as well as the borough's new London Youth Assembly Member.
The Mayor of Islington, in partnership with his chosen charity Voluntary Action Islington (VAI), will host two events this month to encourage people to learn about local volunteering opportunities.
Islington Council is set to make exciting improvements between Nag’s Head and York Way, to make the area greener, healthier, and more welcoming for all.
Local people will help shape Islington Council’s approach to creating a greener, healthier borough, following the launch of a new "Islington Climate Panel".
People from all over Islington have come together to celebrate the borough’s status as an official Borough of Sanctuary for refugees, migrants and people seeking asylum.
Local people have helped to shape major planned improvements to Southgate Road, to help create a greener, healthier borough where all can enjoy more welcoming streets.