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Islington Council is determined to make the borough a cleaner, greener, healthier place, but can’t do this alone. It is vital that local people and businesses play their part, and that is why the council is partnering with experts ReLondon to provide grants to businesses to become greener.
Islington Council is inviting local people to have their say on plans to continue its pioneering School Streets programme, which help make the school run cleaner, greener and healthier.
New people-friendly streets neighbourhood to bring cleaner, greener, healthier streets to St Mary’s Church
Islington Council can today announce that its efforts to create a cleaner, greener, healthier borough are continuing, with the introduction of a new people-friendly streets neighbourhood in the St Mary’s Church area.
New measures to make it easier for disabled people to travel in Highbury people-friendly streets neighbourhoods
Islington Council can today announce that it is introducing new measures to make it easier for disabled people to travel in the Highbury West and Highbury Fields people-friendly streets neighbourhoods.
Islington Council has planted some of the borough’s first trees from the ‘Forest for Change’ exhibition at Hugh Myddelton Primary School, as a symbol of its ongoing commitment to creating a cleaner, greener, healthier borough for all.
Islington Greener Futures investment halfway towards £1 million target to create cleaner, greener, healthier borough
More than £500,000 has already been invested in Islington Greener Futures, and local people are still able to play their part in creating a cleaner, greener, healthier Islington by investing.
Islington Council is inviting local people to have their say on its people-friendly streets neighbourhood in Clerkenwell Green, which has helped deliver cleaner, greener, healthier streets.
Islington Council invites local people to have their say on Canonbury East people-friendly streets neighbourhood
Islington Council has launched a public consultation on the Canonbury East people-friendly streets neighbourhood, which monitoring data shows has delivered cleaner, greener, healthier streets.
Islington’s first Library of Things store, which helps local people save money and reduce waste by affordably renting household items, has opened.
Islington Council is continuing the roll-out of its pioneering School Streets programme, with St Luke’s CofE Primary School in Bunhill set to benefit from cleaner, greener, healthier streets.
Islington Council launches pioneering London-first municipal investment to help create a greener future
Islington Council has launched London’s first Community Municipal Investment (CMI), meaning local people can now invest in creating a cleaner, greener, healthier future 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.