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  1. Coronavirus Update Age UK Islington is currently providing the following services: Helpline, Mon to Fri 9am - 5pm, 020 7281 6018. For information and guidance and more intensive one to one support around getting essential supplies, money worries, emotional support, social connection and much more.…
  2. Network which aims to assist community organisations seeking to improve the environment and transport facilities in the neighbourhood, particularly for public transport users, pedestrians, cyclists, wheelchair users and people on low incomes. Current work is mostly based in Camden, Haringey and Islington. Cuppa-Tea is also…
  3. Cycling is great for your health and a great way to reduce your transport costs. And as cycling helps you to avoid the traffic jams and parking difficulties, it's often the fastest way to reach your destination door-to-door! There are many cycle routes across the…
  4. 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…
  5. Open Monday to Friday from 10am to 5pm
    Journey 2 Work is an employment project that can help you reignite your career goals and improve your future. The project is for anyone who is currently unemployed, actively seeking work but needs some extra support to get in to work. You don’t have to…
  6. The Islington Living Streets Group was the first to successfully lobby for 20 mph speed limits on all residential roads. Islington therefore became the first London borough to achieve this victory. We worked with Islington Cyclists to press Transport for London for safe pedestrian and…
  7. Enquiries: Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm Booking office Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm.
    Dial-a-ride is a multi-occupancy door-to-door transport service for disabled people who cannot use buses, trains and the Tube. It can be used for all sorts of journeys, for example shopping, visiting friends and family, doctors and dentists appointments and going out at night. Dial-a-Ride is…
  8. Open Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 5pm, Saturday 9am to 5pm
    Motability Motability logo and 'the leading car scheme for disabled people' text The Motability Scheme enables disabled people to use their mobility allowances to lease a new car, scooter or powered wheelchair without the worry of owning and running one. The Scheme is open to those…
  9. If you wish to appeal against a PCN issued on the public highway please email us within 14 days of the ticket being issued n order for us to consider your appeal you must include: the Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) number your vehicle registration number your home…
  10. The Regent's Canal runs through the Southern part of Islington and includes Battlebridge and City Road basins. Information about its history and activities on the canal are available from contact details below. There is a continuous towpath along its length which can be walked and…
  11. The Traffic & Safety Team deliver a comprehensive range of road safety initiatives for nursery, pre-school, primary and secondary school pupils and adults in the borough. Their objective is to reduce road accidents and raise awareness of road safety issues across the borough. The programme in…
  12. Notices are published in the Islington Tribune and IslingtonLife (our residents' magazine). These notices provide information on all of the traffic management orders and other notices that have been made by the Public Realm Division. There are four types of notices published: permanent traffic management…
  13. Islington has a Private Finance Initiative (PFI) partnership with SSE Contracting to deliver public lighting services across Islington’s highway network. Street lights, illuminated road signs or illuminated traffic bollards which have been damaged or have wiring exposed can be extremely dangerous and should be reported immediately…