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16 Sep 2019
Islington will host its largest-ever celebration of World Car Free Day on Sunday 22 September as part of bold ongoing council work to tackle air pollution.
13 Sep 2019
A hard-working apprentice who became a “crucial” part of a construction team working on Islington Council’s new build housing projects has won a prestigious apprenticeship award.
09 Sep 2019
Islington Council is providing estate-based arts activities through its Arts on Estates project that aims to improve access and engagement to the arts amongst Islington residents.
04 Sep 2019
Statement in response to HM Treasury Spending Round 2019:
29 Aug 2019
Islington Council has launched a Literary Road Map celebrating the borough’s long and rich heritage of authors, screenwriters and poets.
28 Aug 2019
Almost 700 Islington residents can now store their bikes safely outside their homes as Islington Council’s roll-out of secure on-street bicycle storage units passes the 100 mark.
22 Aug 2019
Analysis of provisional results shows that there has been a sustained improvement in performance despite the shake-up of the exams system and a raft of new rules which are only now becoming firmly embedded in the education system.
19 Aug 2019
A café owner has been prosecuted for failing to comply with hygiene regulations, with fines and costs amounting to £8670.
15 Aug 2019
Despite a fall in A level results nationally, Islington’s provisional A-level results showed improvements on A*-B (+1.5% points), A*-C (+4% points) and all A-level passes (+1.2% points) compared to the local authority’s 2018 final figures.
14 Aug 2019
A building firm director has been ordered to pay £30,000 compensation to two victims after leaving them with below-standard, overpriced and incomplete building work carried out at their homes.
12 Aug 2019
The director of an Islington letting agency that tried to pass itself off as a membership club to dodge the law while leaving tenants in the lurch has been hit with a bill of more than £40,000 in the first prosecution of its kind in the UK.
05 Aug 2019
Islington Council has announced proposals for two new property licensing schemes to help secure a fairer deal for private renters in the borough by improving conditions.