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Hard-working, green-fingered residents have helped Islington win Gold awards at the prestigious London in Bloom competition, which recognises hard work to protect vital green spaces, create habitat and protect wildlife.
Islington is hosting free workshops next week (from Monday 14 October) to help residents learn how to waste less food, cook more vegetables and eat more healthily and sustainably.
The Mayor of London, Islington Council and Transport for London have today officially opened the new Highbury Corner junction, which has been transformed from one of London's most intimidating roundabouts into a junction that is much safer and more welcoming for people.
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.
Islington Council has launched a Literary Road Map celebrating the borough’s long and rich heritage of authors, screenwriters and poets.
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.
A café owner has been prosecuted for failing to comply with hygiene regulations, with fines and costs amounting to £8670.
Islington Council has launched a public consultation on its new five-year strategy to save lives and help people live more healthily by improving the borough’s air quality.
Islington Council protects office space equivalent to more than seven entire Shards to avert threat to 62,000 jobs
Islington Council has taken action to safeguard around 900,000 sq m of vital office space – more than seven times the entire floorspace in The Shard – which could otherwise be lost to developers and turned into expensive homes.
Angelic Energy, London’s first not-for-profit municipal energy provider to launch in more than a century, has celebrated its first birthday with more great news for customers as it takes on the ‘Big Six’ energy firms.