Community groups come together !

Four groups (Cycle Islington, Islington Living Streets, Islington Clean Air Parents and Fossil Free Islington) recently met the council leader Cllr Richard Watts and transport/environment lead Cllr Rowena Champion to discuss how we can work together on the rollout of LTNs. While the council are working on the actual plans, we are gathering a listContinue reading “Community groups come together !”

Low Traffic Neighbourhood rollout starts early July 2020

This is something which many people and groups have been campaigning for for years and is a most welcome announcement. St Peter’s will be the first in early July, followed by Canonbury, Highbury, Clerkenwell, Nags Head and St Mary’s. Richard Watts, leader of the council, confirmed that by the end of 2020, 30% of theContinue reading “Low Traffic Neighbourhood rollout starts early July 2020”

World Environment Day celebration – recording and slides now available

With thanks to Floree of London National City Park, we have a recording of our four inspirational speakers on 5 June: Sally from Islington Council, Mike from Islington Swifts, Marnie from The Garden Classroom and Floree herself. If you would like the link to the recording, or the slide pack of over 100 slides (!)Continue reading “World Environment Day celebration – recording and slides now available”

Our first online event

5 June is Global Environment Day and we are celebrating with our first on-line gathering. we’ll be hearing from Islington Swifts, the Classroom Garden and London National City Park with perhaps one more speaker tbc. More details are here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/inspiringsustainableislington-celebrates-world-environment-day-tickets-106239118062 and I hope that you will be able to join us.

Islington’s Biodiversity Action plan

The council published its Biodiversity Action plan in March 2020 and it will remain open for consultation until 31 July. There is lots of information and plans in there so have a read and send in your input. It covers many of the subjects we care deeply about and there’s been a lot of workContinue reading “Islington’s Biodiversity Action plan”