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Islington’s first Library of Things store, which helps local people save money and reduce waste by affordably renting household items, has opened.
Residents are invited to join Islington Council in commemorating the service of the Armed Forces and those who lost their lives in war.
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.
Islamophobia Awareness Month - statement from Islington Council, Islington Faiths Forum and the Hate Crime Forum
To mark Islamophobia Awareness Month, Islington Council, Islington Faiths Forum and the Hate Crime Forum stand together in solidarity to reiterate that any form of hate crime will not be tolerated.
Islington Council launches pioneering London-first municipal investment to help create a greener future
Islington Council has launched London’s first Community Municipal Investment (CMI), meaning local people can now invest in creating a cleaner, greener, healthier future for all.
Better Space affordable workspace opens for business in major boost for Islington’s inclusive economy
Better Space - a new affordable workspace in Islington that supports local social enterprises and small businesses, and helps residents gain vital skills and experience - is open and thriving.
Islington has awarded its highest honour – the Freedom of the Borough – to four exceptional recipients in recognition of their contributions to local life.
Honoured at last night’s special ceremony at Islington Town Hall were:
- Jennette Arnold OBE, former London Assembly Member and Islington councillor
- Yvonne Conolly CBE, the UK’s first Black female headteacher
- The London Ambulance Service NHS Trust
- The Whittington Health NHS Trust
Islington Council has begun its climate emergency festival - two weeks of free events open to local people and businesses - and has unveiled an innovative, world-first twin-pack retrofitted electric refuse collection vehicle that will help bring cleaner air to local people.
Local people in Highbury West and Highbury Fields have enjoyed cleaner, greener, healthier streets since the introduction of people-friendly streets neighbourhoods there, monitoring data has revealed.
Islington Council has helped more than 4,000 residents into decent jobs since April 2018, nine months ahead of its target and despite the economic downturn and huge disruption of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Islington Council will create Non-Recent Child Abuse Support Payment Scheme for survivors of abuse in children’s homes
Islington Council will set up a support payment scheme for people who suffered abuse while placed in the council’s children’s homes from 1966-1995.
Islington Council has been recognised for its work managing nine green spaces in this year’s Green Flag Awards, winning three new awards and retaining the six it won in previous years.