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New strategy announced to tackle violence against women and girls

Islington Council is proud to announce a new five-year strategy setting out how it will work with partners to eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls, support survivors, and rehabilitate perpetrators.

The ongoing work to electrify the council's fleet of vehicles supports ambitions to create a net zero carbon Islington by 2030

Islington Greener Futures investment halfway towards £1 million target to create cleaner, greener, healthier borough

More than £500,000 has already been invested in Islington Greener Futures, and local people are still able to play their part in creating a cleaner, greener, healthier Islington by investing.  

Market Trader of the Year - Chalang Rashid, Jennifer Rowley, Mayor of Islington, Keith West

Islington's most popular market traders recognised at festive awards ceremony

The winners of this year’s Market Trader of the Year competition were announced at the Chapel Market festive lights event on Thursday, 18 November. The competition saw more people voting for their favourite trader than in any previous year.

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Council proposes to buy former Holloway Police Station to create genuinely affordable homes

Islington Council is proposing to buy the former Holloway Police Station site to create much-needed new council homes.

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Join the festivities in Islington this winter

Residents are invited to a series of events in Islington during the run up to the festive season. With the high streets brightened up by Christmas lights and the borough’s town centres busy with Christmas markets, Santa’s grottos, family-friendly activities and more – the celebrations this year are set to be extra special.

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Local people invited to have their say on Clerkenwell Green people-friendly streets neighbourhood

Islington Council is inviting local people to have their say on its people-friendly streets neighbourhood in Clerkenwell Green, which has helped deliver cleaner, greener, healthier streets.  

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Major investment in Chapel Market from Islington Council and Mayor of London

Islington Council and the Mayor of London today announce major investment to help Angel’s much-loved Chapel Market go from strength to strength.

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Islington Council invites local people to have their say on Canonbury East people-friendly streets neighbourhood

Islington Council has launched a public consultation on the Canonbury East people-friendly streets neighbourhood, which monitoring data shows has delivered cleaner, greener, healthier streets.     

From left to right: Diye Wariebi (CEO of Bright Sparks Reuse Project), Cllr Gary Heather (Finsbury Park ward councillor), Emma Shaw (Library of Things Co-Founder), Essy Sparrow (Library of Things Community Activator), Matthew Homer (Islington Council's Waste Strategy Manager)

Islington Library of Things opens to encourage local people and businesses to sustainably reuse

Islington’s first Library of Things store, which helps local people save money and reduce waste by affordably renting household items, has opened.   

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Remembrance Sunday in Islington

Residents are invited to join Islington Council in commemorating the service of the Armed Forces and those who lost their lives in war.

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Islington’s latest School Street will create cleaner, greener, healthier school run

Islington Council is continuing the roll-out of its pioneering School Streets programme, with St Luke’s CofE Primary School in Bunhill set to benefit from cleaner, greener, healthier streets.