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Council plans to make barbecue ban in parks permanent to help create cleaner, greener, healthier borough
Islington Council has today announced plans to make its temporary ban on coal and wood barbecues in parks permanent, as it works to create a cleaner, greener, healthier borough for all.
Camden Passage - one of Islington’s most iconic streets - is set to become the latest area to benefit from improvements that make it cleaner, greener, and healthier for local people and traders.
Islington Council is announcing exciting plans to bring environmentally-friendly interventions to 70% of the borough, as it continues to tackle the climate emergency and create cleaner, greener, healthier streets for all.
Islington Council can today announce plans for major, transformative improvements to Clerkenwell Green - one of the borough’s most historic, popular spaces – as part of its mission to create a cleaner, greener, healthier borough.
New River Walk, one of Islington’s most historically-significant landmarks, will soon benefit from major improvement works to create an environmentally-friendly haven for wildlife and local people.
Islington Council can today announce that it is introducing a new people-friendly streets neighbourhood exemption, to make it easier to travel for disabled people who need to drive.
Islington’s people-friendly streets neighbourhoods have had a “statistically significant” positive impact on air quality, an independent study by Imperial College London has revealed.
Bus services across Islington have been saved following a borough-wide campaign against proposed cuts, it has been announced today.
The St Peter’s and Canonbury East people-friendly streets neighbourhoods are being made permanent, as the council continues to strive for a cleaner, greener, healthier future.
To mark the start of COP27, Islington Council can today announce that it is continuing its ambitious tree-planting programme by joining a new resident-sponsorship scheme that could see hundreds of extra trees planted across the borough.
Green-fingered residents across the borough have been recognised for their Islington in Bloom entries, as local people continue to play their part in creating a cleaner, greener, healthier future.
Islington Council is marking World Car Free Day by announcing an improvement in air quality across the borough, reflecting the positive impact of efforts to create a cleaner, greener, healthier Islington.