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Today (Wednesday, 24 August), Islington Council is celebrating the Independence Day of Ukraine, in solidarity with the 284 Ukrainian refugees who have settled in the borough this year.
Islington Council has prosecuted a landlord who repeatedly failed to comply with licensing regulations, including refusal to provide a kitchen for a tenant, resulting in costs of £40,000.
Islington Council has opened a new housing scheme to provide accommodation and support for people who have slept rough in Islington.
Local people invited to have their say on proposals for new Finsbury Leisure Centre and much-needed council homes
Islington Council is inviting local people to have their say on early proposals for a new leisure centre, health and wellbeing hub, better public spaces, and much-needed new council homes near Old Street.
Ukraine: School plants oak sapling in symbol of solidarity as Islington community opens its hearts and homes to welcome refugees
An oak sapling was planted in the grounds of a school in a moving ceremony last week to symbolise solidarity between refugees fleeing war-torn Ukraine and those opening their hearts and homes to them in Islington.
A rogue builder who fraudulently charged vulnerable residents thousands of pounds for unnecessary work to their homes has been sentenced to four years and nine months in prison, following action from Islington Council’s Trading Standards team.
Islington Council is celebrating frontline housing staff who make a real difference to local residents’ lives with its Caretaker and Concierge of the Year awards.
Islington will build 750 new council homes and move ahead with a multi-million pound investment to existing homes and estates
Islington Council will build 750 much-needed new council homes - and will have invested an additional £155m by 2025, to make local housing estates better, safer and greener for local people.
Islington Council has provided Streets Kitchen, a grassroots group working to help the homeless community, with space for a new hub in Nags Head, as part of its ongoing efforts to challenge inequality in the borough.
Two Islington families have moved into newly-built council homes with gardens on Belfont Walk, Holloway, as part of Islington Council’s commitment to tackling the housing crisis.
Islington Council is proposing to buy the former Holloway Police Station site to create much-needed new council homes.
In response to the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, Islington Council has today pledged to help accommodate and support up to 15 Afghan households in the borough before the end of the year.