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18 Jan 2019
Three men behind a dodgy letting agency have each been sentenced to 28 months in prison following a major investigation by Islington Council and a five-week trial.
Islington Council has taken action to safeguard around 900,000 sq m of vital office space – more than seven times the entire floorspace in The Shard – which could otherwise be lost to developers and turned into expensive homes.
17 Jan 2019
Over 500 bright young pupils got the opportunity to showcase their achievements in technology today as the council's computing celebration event returned to the Emirates.
09 Jan 2019
Islington Council is planning to spend £187m building more than 550 new council homes, will invest in tackling homelessness and protect vital services from bin collections to youth hubs in its budget proposals for 2019/20 and beyond.
02 Jan 2019
Islington Council has prosecuted nine people for illegally using disabled Blue Badges, as part of its ongoing crackdown on abuse of the permits.
29 Dec 2018
Tony Brown, Islington Council's Library and Heritage Stock and Reader Development Manager, has been awarded a British Empire Medal in the Queen's New Year Honours list.
19 Dec 2018
Youth councillors had a joint meeting in the Mayor’s Parlour at Islington Town Hall on Monday 17 December with Islington Mayor Dave Poyser and Chief Executive Lesley Seary.
18 Dec 2018
Cally residents will be the focus of a brand-new £700,000 scheme that works with them on new ways to improve their employment prospects and futures, so they can carve out successful lives and careers in their own neighbourhood – a blueprint for change across the borough.
11 Dec 2018
Islington Council has celebrated the huge achievements of more than 50 adult learners living in the borough at a ceremony at the Town Hall.
Three men behind a dodgy letting agency that failed to return tenants’ deposits or pass on rent payments to landlords have been convicted of fraud by a jury after a five-week crown court trial.
07 Dec 2018
Islington Council is among the first local authorities in the UK to pass a motion demanding that the Government’s Universal Credit benefit policy be scrapped altogether and replaced, calling it a “policy of deliberate destitution”.