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The winners of this year’s Market Trader of the Year competition were announced at the council’s festive event at Chapel Market on Saturday 2 December.
The Highbury low-traffic neighbourhood scheme has been made permanent, after monitoring data and resident feedback showed it has helped to create greener, healthier, more welcoming streets for all.
We ask for three things to help us build a better Islington for local people - full text of a letter from Cllr Kaya Comer-Schwartz and Cllr Diarmaid Ward to the Chancellor of the Exchequer ahead of this week's Autumn Statement
Islington Council is inviting residents to join a tree-planting initiative, aimed at contributing to a greener, healthier borough.
Islington Council is asking shoppers to nominate their favourite stall holders for this year’s Market Trader of the Year competition.
Islington will be transformed into a glittering winter wonderland this month as the borough’s high streets switch on their festive lights.
Local people and communities are being invited to help create a greener, healthier borough, by taking part in a scheme that gives them the skills to help with the upkeep of Islington's beautiful green spaces.
Two new Youth Employment Hubs open their doors to help young people get into work, training and education
Islington Council has transformed two formerly unused spaces into dedicated venues to support local young people into employment, training and education.
Islamophobia Awareness Month 2023 - Statement from Islington Council and local faith and community partners
To mark Islamophobia Awareness Month, Islington Council, Finsbury Park Mosque, Muslim Welfare House, Islington Hate Crime Forum, Holloway Educational and Cultural Centre, and Islington Faiths Forum stand together in solidarity to reiterate that any form of hate crime will not be tolerated in Islington.
Islington Council invites residents to join their Remembrance Sunday commemorations, recognising the service of the Armed Forces and those who lost their lives in war.
Islington Council’s efforts to create a greener borough for all have taken a major step forward, following the completion of works that will eventually support the electrification of its entire vehicle fleet.
Islington Council Leader Kaya Comer-Schwartz explains how the council is working with local people to build better streets and communities together.