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Trailblazing project aims to reduce harmful air pollution, save money for essential services and help Islington achieve its 2030 net-zero carbon emissions target
Islington Council is consulting on plans to boost air quality and green space by reconnecting the north and south sections of Highbury Fields and closing part of Highbury Crescent to motor traffic.
Islington and Camden’s first ever sustainability awards took place recently to celebrate the achievements of local businesses, community groups and schools who are leading the way to tackle environmental issues locally.
Islington will transform into a winter wonderland this month with Christmas lights celebrations featuring Santa, Christmas markets, carols, free family fun, guest stars and more.
The borough’s annual Market Trader of the Year competition is back and Islington Council is asking shoppers to vote for their favourite stall holder.
Islington Council has given the green light to a new Cycleway between Finsbury Park and Highbury Fields.
Islington Council has installed its first two smart cameras to permanently enforce vehicle weight restrictions and tackle HGVs that use residential roads as through-routes.
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.