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We would like to thank our leisure centre staff and London Fire Brigade for their very prompt response to the fire at Ironmonger Row Baths on 6th January.
Islington Council has made a key appointment to help drive forward its ambitious work to create a more equal Islington and ensure that every young person in the borough has access to the opportunities they need to thrive in life.
Holocaust survivor Harry Olmer will share his story as Islington Council hosts an online event for Holocaust Memorial Day on Thursday, 27 January.
Islington Council is launching a business support scheme to help fledgling entrepreneurs from underrepresented groups make their business a success.
Supporting local people to cope with the cost-of-living crisis – and building a more equal Islington for everyone amid the Covid-19 pandemic – are the key drivers of Islington Council’s budget proposals for the next financial year.
Islington Council has today (Wednesday, 22 December) published a report showing feedback on the St Peter’s people-friendly streets neighbourhood which, alongside recent monitoring data, reflects the scheme’s positive impact.
Islington Council, in partnership with The Arc Centre and Hornsey Lane Community Estate Association, is delivering 170 festive hampers to older residents.
We’re strongly committed to giving Islington’s young people the best possible start in life, including excellent services for young people at Platform hub and across the borough. Platform is a brilliant place for our young people and we are completely committed to its future.
Islington Council supports local independent cafes, restaurants, pubs and grassroots venues with £1m in Covid-19 grants
Islington Council is distributing grants worth nearly £1m to 120 local hospitality businesses to help with the ongoing impact on business of Covid-19.
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 the Amwell people-friendly streets neighbourhood, with new monitoring data reflecting the positive impact of the scheme so far.
Islington Council has gained the Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance (DAHA) accreditation - the gold standard for housing providers in tackling domestic abuse.