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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.
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.
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.
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.
The Clerkenwell Green people-friendly streets neighbourhood, which has brought cleaner, greener, healthier streets, is set to be made permanent after monitoring data and feedback from local people revealed its positive impact.
Council’s vision for re-imagined public spaces continues with launch of Islington Greener Together programme
Islington Council’s efforts to re-imagine public spaces and create a cleaner, greener, healthier borough are continuing with the launch of a new programme to support local people to create, plant, and care for new green spaces in the borough.
Islington Council is set to make 13 of its School Streets permanent, after monitoring data and feedback from local people reflected their positive impact in creating a cleaner, greener, healthier, and safer school run.
Islington Council is standing with its communities to provide life-saving equipment and first aid training to help keep residents safe.
More than 50 women took part in a symbolic walk through Islington today (Wednesday, 16 February) to highlight the importance of creating a borough where women and girls feel safe when out and about, and the work Islington Council and its partners are doing to improve things further.
Refurbished Harvist Estate football pitch provides safe space for young people to fulfil their potential
Islington Council, Arsenal and adidas have worked together to refurbish the Harvist Estate football pitch as part of the No More Red campaign, to make it a safe space for young people to play the beautiful game and fulfil their potential.
We’re strongly committed to giving Islington’s young people the best possible start in life, and are investing an extra £500,000 into our youth services, so we can deliver a new and improved youth offer for our young people.
To celebrate an historic year in Islington’s history with our first Irish-born Mayor, Cllr Troy Gallagher, Islington Council has partnered with the London Irish Centre to showcase the best of Irish culture and heritage across the borough.