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To mark Earth Day this week, Arsenal and Islington Council have joined forces to host events to help local people lower their carbon footprints and save money.
Every Islington primary school child given opportunity to grow for gardening competition’s 20th year
To mark the 20th anniversary of the annual Islington in Bloom competition, all 13,000 of the borough’s primary school children are being given a pack of seeds so that they can enjoy the physical, mental, and developmental benefits of planting.
Islington residents of all ages are enjoying greener travel, after Islington Council welcomed a new electric minibus to its accessible community transport fleet.
Islington Council has today published new data that reflects the positive impact of the St Mary’s Church low-traffic neighbourhood so far, and local people are now being given the opportunity to have their say on the scheme.
Islington and Hackney Councils have announced exciting new proposals for Southgate Road as part of efforts to make main roads more welcoming, pleasant spaces that all can enjoy using - and local people are being invited to have their say.
New £2m investment in recycling on estates as Islington strives for cleaner, greener, healthier future
Islington Council has announced plans to invest more than £2 million in transforming recycling facilities on estates across the borough, as part of its continuing efforts to tackle the climate emergency.
This Repair Week, Islington Council is helping local people to reduce their carbon footprint and save money by hosting a series of events that will give hands-on guidance on repairing, reviving, and re-using pre-loved items.
Islington Council has launched a consultation on exciting proposals for the Essex Road area, including creating a new School Street, reducing cut-through traffic, and making changes to ensure that main roads work better for all.
The Canonbury West low-traffic neighbourhood has been made permanent, having delivered cleaner, greener, healthier streets for local people.
Council plans to make barbecue ban in parks permanent to help create cleaner, greener, healthier borough
Islington Council has today announced plans to make its temporary ban on coal and wood barbecues in parks permanent, as it works to create a cleaner, greener, healthier borough for all.
Camden Passage - one of Islington’s most iconic streets - is set to become the latest area to benefit from improvements that make it cleaner, greener, and healthier for local people and traders.
Islington Council is announcing exciting plans to bring environmentally-friendly interventions to 70% of the borough, as it continues to tackle the climate emergency and create cleaner, greener, healthier streets for all.