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Islington’s favourite horticultural competition is back just in time for spring, and gardeners of all abilities are being invited to take part.
Islington Council is set to transform Bingfield and Woodfall parks as part of efforts to create a greener borough, and local people are being invited to have their say.
Residents in St Peter’s have benefitted from healthier, safer, greener streets since the arrival of Islington’s first people-friendly streets neighbourhood there, a monitoring report has revealed.
Islington Council will host a special meeting on its vision for achieving net zero carbon status by 2030, as part of its ongoing ambition of creating a fairer and greener borough for everyone.
Islington Council’s ambitious rollout of School Streets is continuing, with seven more schools set to benefit from the scheme before the end of the year.
Islington Council’s efforts to make the borough safer, greener and healthier for all are continuing, with two people-friendly streets neighbourhoods set to arrive in Highbury.
Islington Council has published two landmark reports which outline how it can create a greener, healthier, fairer borough for all.
Islington’s efforts to electrify its fleet are continuing, with the borough becoming the first in London to use an innovative new purpose-built fully electric refuse collection truck.
Some of the borough’s most creative, colourful horticultural creations have been recognised in the Islington in Bloom 2020 awards.
Six of Islington’s green spaces have been recognised in the Green Flag Awards, which celebrate the most beautiful, well-managed sites in the country.
Islington Council is marking Clean Air Day today (Thursday, 8 October) by announcing the arrival of six new e-bikes as part of ongoing efforts to create a greener fleet.
New figures published today (Monday, 5 October) show an improvement in air quality outside Islington’s schools.