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Damage caused to a roof during fraudulent work carried out by the companies of Ricki Paul Warby (picture copyright of GGB Surveyors) 2

Rogue builder prosecuted by Islington Council sentenced to four years and nine months in prison

A rogue builder who fraudulently charged vulnerable residents thousands of pounds for unnecessary work to their homes has been sentenced to four years and nine months in prison, following action from Islington Council’s Trading Standards team.

Islington paused for a minute's silence outside the Town Hall to mark National Day of Reflection

Islington comes together to mark National Day of Reflection

People across Islington are coming together today (Wednesday, 23 March) to mark National Day of Reflection by remembering the 418 lives sadly lost in the borough during the Covid-19 pandemic.  

queen's jubilee banner

Islington provides funding to celebrate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Islington Council is supporting local celebrations of Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, the first ever Platinum Jubilee in British royal history, by providing £20,000 in funding for local celebratory events.

From left to right: Rachael Swynnerton (Islington Clean Air Parents);  James Robinson-Tillet (Islington Council tree officer); Cllr Paul Convery (Caledonian ward councillor); Helena Farstad (Islington Clean Air Parents); Cllr Rowena Champion; Andrew Bedford (Islington Council's Head of Greenspace and Leisure Services); Orla Tabley (Islington Council Tree Officer)

Council plants 700th tree of the year to help create cleaner, greener, healthier future for Islington

Islington Council’s vision for a cleaner, greener, healthier future is continuing to spring into life, with 700 trees being planted in the borough in the space of just a year.   

Paul Rimmell and Lat Singh 2

Caretaker and Concierge of the Year awards celebrate Islington housing staff who go the extra mile

Islington Council is celebrating frontline housing staff who make a real difference to local residents’ lives with its Caretaker and Concierge of the Year awards.

Islington resident Sandra Ashitey; Islington Council Leader Cllr Kaya Comer-Schwartz; Islington resident Kelton Rigobert; Inequality Task Force member Navinder Kaur, Chief Executive of Voluntary Action Islington; and Nathalie Renaud, Director of Elizabeth House

Let’s Talk Islington: Two weeks left for Islington residents to feed into biggest ever engagement to build a more equal future for the borough

People who live, work and study in Islington are being urged to take part in Islington Council’s biggest-ever public engagement to help create a more equal future for the borough, as the council issues a final call for feedback and ideas.

Mayor's Civic Awards & Ben Kinsella Award winners 2022-2

Unsung heroes recognised at Islington’s community awards ceremony

Islington Council presented the Mayor’s Civic Awards and the Ben Kinsella Award to the borough’s unsung heroes at a special ceremony at the Town Hall last night.

Logo with the words Islington Together - For a more equal future

An open letter to Islington’s social care workers

World Social Work Day on 15 March is a welcome opportunity to express my heartfelt gratitude for all the amazing work you do, each and every day, to support some of Islington’s most vulnerable residents.

Celebrating new council homes at Dover Court Estate - local resident John Lowe and Cllr Diarmaid Ward, Islington Council's Executive Member for Housing and Development, with five new council homes

Islington will build 750 new council homes and move ahead with a multi-million pound investment to existing homes and estates

Islington Council will build 750 much-needed new council homes - and will have invested an additional £155m by 2025, to make local housing estates better, safer and greener for local people.

Cllr Champion on her bike on Cycleway 38 North

Cycleway set to remain in place following positive monitoring data and feedback from residents

The Holloway Road to Pentonville Road Cycleway is set to remain in place following positive monitoring data and feedback, with improvements to be made to ensure it delivers even cleaner, greener, healthier streets that all can enjoy.  

Photographed are Cllr Rowena Champion (back row; far left) and Juliet Benis, headteacher at Ambler Primary School (back row; far right)

Ambler and Canonbury Primary Schools set to benefit from cleaner, greener, healthier school run

Islington Council can today announce that children, parents and teachers at Ambler Primary School and Canonbury Primary School will benefit from a package of measures to make their school entrances cleaner, greener, healthier and safer.      

Graphic - People-Friendly Streets, Better places for everyone - with image of a woman and two children walking

Canonbury West people-friendly streets neighbourhood to remain in place

After carefully reviewing monitoring data and feedback from local people, the council is set to keep the Canonbury West people-friendly streets neighbourhood in place so that it can continue to deliver cleaner, greener, healthier streets for all.