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Cllr Champion alongside the retrofitted refuse collection vehicle

Islington Together festival kicks off with two weeks of free events for all

Islington Council has begun its climate emergency festival - two weeks of free events open to local people and businesses - and has unveiled an innovative, world-first twin-pack retrofitted electric refuse collection vehicle that will help bring cleaner air to local people.  

Islington Council is introducing people-friendly streets to help create a cleaner, greener, healthier borough

Highbury people-friendly streets neighbourhoods help create cleaner, greener, healthier streets

Local people in Highbury West and Highbury Fields have enjoyed cleaner, greener, healthier streets since the introduction of people-friendly streets neighbourhoods there, monitoring data has revealed.    

Gillespie Park staff and volunteers

Three more Islington green spaces awarded prestigious Green Flags

Islington Council has been recognised for its work managing nine green spaces in this year’s Green Flag Awards, winning three new awards and retaining the six it won in previous years.

Let's talk about a greener future

Islington Together festival to inspire local people to help tackle climate emergency

Islington Council can today announce it will hold a two-week festival to inspire local people to play their part in creating a cleaner, greener, healthier borough.      

Let's talk about a greener future

Islington set to launch London’s first Community Municipal Investment to help tackle climate emergency

Islington Council is set to launch London’s first Community Municipal Investment (CMI), giving local people the chance to invest in a cleaner, greener, healthier borough.  

Garry McQuinn (pictured) won the Best Front Garden prize in Islington in Bloom 2021

Borough’s brightest blooms recognised in annual rewards

Islington’s favourite gardening competition has come to an end, with the borough’s best blooms being recognised with awards.   

Islington Council is introducing people-friendly streets to help create a cleaner, greener, healthier borough

People-friendly streets improvements to bring cleaner, greener, healthier streets to Islington

Islington Council is today (Wednesday, 6 October) reaffirming its commitment to creating cleaner, greener, healthier streets, and is set to make it easier for Blue Badge holders to travel in the borough.   

Islington Council is introducing people-friendly streets to help create a cleaner, greener, healthier borough

People-friendly streets continue to make positive impact, Canonbury West data reveals

Islington’s people-friendly streets neighbourhoods are continuing to have a positive impact, with data showing that the Canonbury West scheme has helped make streets cleaner, greener, and healthier.  

Graphic showing children in a green triangle with the words School Streets

Islington’s School Streets create cleaner, greener, healthier school run

Islington’s pioneering School Streets have helped children enjoy a cleaner, greener, and healthier school run, new monitoring data has revealed.     

Islington's people-friendly streets will make better places for everyone

Local people invited to have their say as St Peter’s people-friendly streets scheme delivers greener neighbourhood

Islington Council is inviting local people to have their say on the St Peter’s people-friendly streets neighbourhood, as monitoring data published today (Monday, 13 September) reveals the trial’s positive impact.   

Islington's people-friendly streets will make better places for everyone

Amwell people-friendly streets neighbourhood brings safer, greener and healthier streets

A monitoring report for the Amwell people-friendly streets neighbourhood trial has revealed that the scheme has helped make streets safer, greener and healthier for local people.     

Islington's people-friendly streets will make better places for everyone

Changes to create safer, greener, healthier streets around Holloway Road

Islington Council can today (Thursday, 29 July) announce changes to some streets near Holloway Road, to make the area safer, greener and healthier.