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  1. Monday to Saturday: 9.30am to 8pm (course times vary).
    Islington Adult Community Learning works in partnership with the voluntary and community sector to provide a network of neighbourhood learning centres across the borough. We offer a range of free courses for Islington residents who would like to improve their skills and life chances.  Our…
  2. The animal welfare service can give help or advice about the care of animals. The service also investigates complaints about stray dogs, dangerous dogs and animal cruelty. All complaints are investigated in accordance with the Regulators’ Compliance Code and Enforcement Concordat. If you find a…
  3. Monday to Saturday, 10am to 6pm; Food Sharing Project on Andover Estate, Fridays 1-4pm.
    Bright Sparks is Islington’s Reuse and Repair Shop that brings small electrical items back to life. The shop is run by the social enterprise DigiBridge and sells and repairs small electrical items.The project now collects unwanted household furniture,bric-a-brac and white goods, refurbishes, cleans and sell them at…
  4. Telephone service on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9am to 12 noon.
    Bright Start Islington If you have a question, or need some information, advice or guidance you can speak to one of our Family Engagement Workers. Telephone service Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9am-12noon Tel: 020 7527 8376 If lines are busy please leave a message and we will get…
  5. Islington Building Control delivers its service through a team of experienced and highly qualified surveyors and a group of knowledgeable and efficient technical support officers. We offer a customer-focused service, tailored to the needs of individual customers. At the beginning of your project we will assign…
  6. Businesses have to pay for waste collection, either through the council or an authorised private contractor. Businesses have a duty of care to provide a valid waste transfer note from a waste carrier licensed by the Environment Agency. Islington Council provides a comprehensive commercial waste…
  7. 9:00am -5:00pm
    Adult Social Services provides integrated health and social services to Adults (18-65) with a physical disability, sensory disability and Older People (65+). There are two teams based at this office: South Social Care Rehab Team (SSCR): Multi-disciplinary team, including social workers, physiotherapists, a speech and language therapist…
  8. Opening times Court open: Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm Court counter open: By appointment only for urgent work.
    Email Bailiffs bailiffcentreLDN@justice.gov.uk Enquiries enquiries.clerkenwellandshoreditch.countycourt@justice.gov.uk Family queries family.clerkenwellandshoreditch.countycourt@justice.gov.uk (Including C100 applications) Telephone Enquiries 0300 123 5577 Fax 0870 761 7688 Appointments - Civil 0207 250 7294 Bailiffs 0207 250 7149 (Enquiries Only) Bailiffs 020 7250 7195 (Bailiff payments only) Building facilities If you have a…
  9. The council’s current policy is that heating provided through communal boilers is turned on in late September and turned off towards the end of May. This ‘heating season’ lasts for 36 weeks per year with heating provided for 18 hours per day between 6am and…
  10. In urban environments, we are surrounded by different types of pollution on a daily basis. Air, water, land and noise pollution can impact quality of life, create health concerns and harm the natural environment. Islington Council’s Pollution Service monitors and initiates improvements in the local…
  11. School term time, Monday to Friday, 3.30-6.30pm; Saturday, 12-5pm. School Holiday and Half Term: Monday to Friday 10.30am to 5.30pm.
    Crumbles Castle is has an actual castle on site! Children play above ground in a network of exciting treetop structures. We encourage child-led play experiences outdoors in all types of weather and throughout the seasons. Islington’s adventure playgrounds are open for outdoor play sessions with social…
  12. The Data Protection Act 1998 was introduced to protect personal data about you by setting rules and conditions which all bodies, such as Islington Council (the Act calls us Data Controllers) must obey when obtaining and using information about you. The Act also provides you…
  13. The District Nursing service provides professional nursing in the community, thereby helping to avoid unnecessary admission to hospital and facilitating early discharge. The service is organised into teams aligned to general practices. It is a 24-hour service, run 365 days per year, and encompasses: comprehensive…
  14. Islington Building Control delivers its service through a team of experienced and highly qualified surveyors and a group of knowledgeable and efficient technical support officers. We offer a customer-focused service, tailored to the needs of individual customers. At the beginning of your project we will assign…
  15. The council can enforce dropped kerbs that allow access to and from a roadside property or that are part of a pedestrian crossing. If you have a dropped kerb outside your home and a vehicle is regularly parked across it you can make an enforcement…
  16. The Electoral Services team are responsible for producing the annual electoral register – the list of all Islington residents eligible to vote and for the monthly registration process that runs from 1 December to mid-August. The team also manages and organises all local, Parliamentary and European…
  17. You can now report fly-tipping online using the Clean Islington app, which is available for free for iPhone, Android and Windows Phone via app stores. Fly-tipping is "the illegal/unlawful deposit of any waste onto land with no licence to accept waste". It includes anything from…
  18. Graffiti is expensive to remove. Every year the Council spends thousands of pounds of taxpayers’ money removing it. But research shows that the quicker it is removed the less likely it is to reappear. And you can help us, by reporting it. All abusive and racist graffiti…
  19. Islington Green Party holds monthly meetings for members, guests and anyone who wants to hear more about us. Our meetings are monthly and held at Islington Town Hall (but on zoom for now). Do email coordinator@islington.greenparty.org.uk to get details of the next meeting. We also have regular campaign…
  20. Islington Council’s Home Care Complex Needs Service is for people who live in Islington and have assessed complex needs.  The Service helps vulnerable service users remain independent in their own homes for as long as possible, thereby reducing the need for admission into hospital and/or…
  21. If you would like to appeal against the decision about your housing benefit you must write to the Benefits Service within one month of the date of the decision letter. You can: complete the online form visit us at one of our Area Housing Offices write…