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17 Apr

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Chapter 4 – Health: Choose the Right Treatment 

10 Apr

Chapter 4 Health: Choose the Right Treatment Information based on the Islington Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) leaflet called 'Choose the Right Treatment' that explains the range of health services available in Islington and which...


Chapter 3 – Parking Permits for Diesel Cars 

10 Apr

Chapter 3 Parking Permits for Diesel Cars Notification to owners of diesel vehicles that, from April 1st 2015, they will be charged an extra 96 when renewing their parking permits because diesel emissions are known to be linked to...


Chapter 2 – Interpreting Service: Feedback meeting for Deaf People 

10 Apr

Chapter 2 Interpreting Service: Feedback meeting for Deaf People Invitation to a meeting for Deaf people to feedback on and discuss the Islington Sign Language Interpreting Service at the Town Hall on Wednesday 20th May 2015 from 5:30 8:30pm...


Chapter 1 – Welcome & Introduction 

10 Apr

Chapter 1 Welcome Introduction Introduction to the April/May 2015 edition of SignPost - the BSL bulletin for the Islington Deaf Community - including an update on the Guides to Services for Deaf People which are now available...


Chapter 5 – SignPost Closing Comments 

10 Apr

Chapter 5 SignPost Closing Comments Request for comments and feedback on SignPost and confirmation that the next edition will be in June 2015.


Helping adults with learning disabilities in to employment 

19 Feb

Helping adults with learning disabilities in to employment Find out about the work out Our Community Access Project does to help adults with learning disabilities back in to employment.


SignPost February March 2015 Meetings to Discuss GPs & Health Services PPG 

5 Feb

SignPost February March 2015 Meetings to Discuss GPs Health Services PPG From: Islington Council Views: 0 0 ratings Time: 01:36 More in Entertainment...


SignPost (February/March 2015): Chapter 7 – Meetings to Discuss GPs & Health Services (PPG) 

4 Feb

SignPost (February/March 2015): Chapter 7 Meetings to Discuss GPs Health Services (PPG) Invitation to Patient Participation Group (PPG) meetings happening in north, central and south Islington during March 2015 run by Voluntary Action Islington...


SignPost (February/March 2015): Chapter 1 – Welcome & Introduction 

2 Feb

SignPost (February/March 2015): Chapter 1 Welcome Introduction Introduction to the February/March 2015 edition of SignPost - the BSL bulletin for the Islington Deaf Community, including a reminder about different categories of sign language...


SignPost (February/March 2015): Chapter 6 – Employment Commission – Good News Story 

2 Feb

SignPost (February/March 2015): Chapter 6 Employment Commission Good News Story Case study of successful partnership working between Islington Council, Jobcentre Plus and local employers to support Deaf teenager, Lewis Tompkins, into work...


SignPost (February/March 2015): Chapter 9 – SignPost Closing Comments 

2 Feb

SignPost (February/March 2015): Chapter 9 SignPost Closing Comments Request for comments and feedback on SignPost and confirmation that the next edition will be in April 2015.


SignPost (February/March 2015): Chapter 8 – Play Netball 

2 Feb

SignPost (February/March 2015): Chapter 8 Play Netball Information about playing netball as a way to have fun, get fit make new friends.


SignPost (February/March 2015): Chapter 2 – Meetings with Councillors or MPs 

2 Feb

SignPost (February/March 2015): Chapter 2 Meetings with Councillors or MPs Explanation of the role of Councillors and MPs and your right to request a meeting with them.


SignPost (February/March 2015): Chapter 7 – Meetings to Discuss GPs & Health Services (PPG) 

2 Feb

SignPost (February/March 2015): Chapter 7 Meetings to Discuss GPs Health Services (PPG) Invitation to Patient Participation Group (PPG) meetings happening in north, central and south Islington during March 2015 run by Voluntary Action Islington...



London Assembly »

Grenfell anniversary: Statement from Kensington London Assembly Member Tony Devenish 

14 Dec

Statement regarding the Grenfell National Fire Memorial Service – St Paul's Cathedral – Thursday 14th December 2017 Tony Devenish, London Assembly member for West Central (Kensington), said: “A sombre six months to the day of ...


Mayor ‘wasting potential for 27,000 homes in Housing Zones’ with industrial land regulations 

11 Dec

491 hectares of industrial land in Housing Zones could be built on, says Andrew Boff AM Sites currently protected as Strategic Industrial Land Most is sitting vacant or largely under-used Mayor’s London Plan increases regulations around industrial...


Khan’s Brexit report “pointless and speculative” 

8 Dec

Responding to the decision by Sadiq Khan to commission an independent report on the impact of Brexit on London London Assembly member Gareth Bacon said: “In the past year, Sadiq Khan has cancelled Tube upgrades, dropped his target for 32,000...


Hodge ordered to apologise to Parliament as Boff complaint upheld 

7 Dec

Dame Margaret Hodge has today been ordered to apologise by the Commissioner for Parliamentary Standards, after an investigation prompted by a complaint by London Assembly Member Andrew Boff.


Response to “Sadiq names Deepak Parekh as first International Ambassador” 

4 Dec

Assembly Member Gareth Bacon responded to the appointment saying: “This is another example of the Mayor’s lack of focus on the real issues that confront Londoners today like housing, transport and policing.


Olympic Stadium reaction: Statement from Andrew Boff AM 

1 Dec

Commenting on this morning’s announcement on the future of the London Stadium, London Assembly member Andrew Boff said: “The report establishes that this project was fundamentally flawed from the 2007 decision to include an athletics track...


Rats epidemic in London: More than 100 complaints recorded by councils every day, new report shows 

29 Nov

London boroughs received 180,000 mouse and rat complaints in past five years Reports rose ten per cent in 2016/17 compared to previous year Tower Hamlets alone recorded 30,000 complaints since 2012 Evidence suggests conditions in London will...


London Plan reaction: ‘Sadiq Khan has declared war on the suburbs’ 

29 Nov

– Protection for gardens against development scrapped – Removal of limits on density of new homes – No targets for number of family-sized homes – Squeeze on parking spaces to impact outer London – 50% affordable...


Met efficiency hits rock bottom under Khan, Independent report today shows 

23 Nov

  HM Inspectorate report today: Metropolitan police service ‘requires improvement’ Previously ‘good’ Met (Britain’s best funded service) now in bottom third nationally Concern over Mayor’s calls for increased funding in wake of ...


London Mayor fails to set family homes target in opaque Housing Strategy 

23 Nov

No targets for family homes in housing strategy – predecessor’s was 36% Lack of detail and transparency in Mayor’s policy, allows little scope for scrutiny.


Mayor needs to do homework as police numbers don’t add up 

30 Oct

Mr Khan blames government cuts, but he removed £38m from Met recruitment Police reduction numbers cannot be achieved as stated Assembly Member Steve O’Connell said (in response to article in Guardian today): “Whilst the Met should absolutely...


Dutch-style ‘plot-shops’ key to increasing self-build development (report) 

30 Oct

  Report urges Mayor to back creative self-build scheme Only 10% of UK housing development is self-build – despite recent positive legislation London Mayor encouraged to back roll out of innovative Plot Shop schemes across the Capital A new...


Emergency response performances plummet under Mayor’s Pathfinders trial 

23 Oct

Five trial boroughs are now worst performing in London Barking and Dagenham performance drops almost 30 per cent Pathfinders merger scheme started in April and could be rolled out across London Police emergency response times have dramatically...


T-charge launch: Scheme is ‘a £23million attack on London’s small businesses and poorest drivers’ 

23 Oct

Mayor’s assessments show T-charge will have ‘negligible’ impact on air quality Expected to reduce poisonous gases by just 1-3% Charge will cost London’s poorest drivers £23million a year Small businesses and self-employed could be hammered...


Uber ban could cost Londoners £90million in higher fares 

17 Oct

Ban challenged by Uber in court appeal despite talks If Uber loses, Londoners face increased transport costs of up to £90 million A further £864 million in annual wages could be lost by Uber’s 40,000 drivers Londoners could end up paying ...


More London Assembly


FixMyStreet »

Better gym abusing their position with parking, 12th December 

12 Dec

Better are constantly parking cars in the park.


Ugliness on ugliness, 12th December 

12 Dec

Ugly wall with inadequate signage defaced Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 11 Stroud Green Road, N4 Report on FixMyStreet...


Road flooded, 11th December 

11 Dec

Drainage inadequate needs fixing Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 137 Stroud Green Road, N4 Report on FixMyStreet...


Mattress dumped infront of building, 10th December 

10 Dec

A mattress has been dumped by the bins Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Caledonian Road, N7 Report on FixMyStreet...


Very deep pot hole. Around 8inches. Water related, 8th December 

8 Dec

Large pot hole, seems water related.


Whole in pavement, 8th December 

8 Dec

There is no paving stone just render Please send the street works team to replace the paving stone Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 15 Grantbridge Street, N1 Report on FixMyStreet...


Rubbish and leaves, 8th December 

8 Dec

There is rubbish and leaves everywhere.


Electricity manhole has disintegrated, 8th December 

8 Dec

It looks like a heavy vehicle has parked on the manhole cover and destroyed it.


Very poor condition speed bump/pothole, 8th December 

8 Dec

Very poor condition speed bump, one of several on road.


Large dip in road and old pot hole., 6th December 

6 Dec

Hello, when heading towards London on Hornsey Road, just before the junction with Shaftsbury Road and just after the traffic island there is a large dip in the road.


Loose, noisy manhole cover, 5th December 

5 Dec

A loose manhole cover at the junction of Frederick Street and King's Cross Road.


Illegal parking by Better, 5th December 

5 Dec

Better keep parking this same car in the park...


Broken glass, 4th December 

4 Dec

Broken glass has been there 2 weeks I have to push my buggy through it Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 62 Ronalds Road, N5 Report on FixMyStreet...


Roadsweeping, 28th November 

28 Nov

Leaves and rubbish to be cleared Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 11 Rickthorne Road, N19 Report on FixMyStreet...


Only 50% of leaves being picked up at a time., 26th November 

26 Nov

The street gets cleaned once a weeks and but only about 50% of the leaves are picked up so at this time of year this is a very poor service in particular.


More FixMyStreet


FOI requests »

RE: Roadworks carried out on Essex Road, Islington 

14 Dec

Response by Islington Borough Council to Michaela Leary on 14 December 2017 .


Temporary Accommodation – Nightly Rates 

14 Dec

Response by Islington Borough Council to neilesh on 14 December 2017 .


Natural Resources Consumption 

12 Dec

Response by Islington Borough Council to M.


RE: Roadworks carried out on Essex Road, Islington 

12 Dec

Request sent to Islington Borough Council by Michaela Leary on 12 December 2017 .


Use of Body Worn Video 

11 Dec

Response by Islington Borough Council to Linda McCarthy on 11 December 2017 .


Full HMO Licensing Register 

8 Dec

Response by Islington Borough Council to Mark Billinge on 8 December 2017 .


Temporary Accommodation – Nightly Rates 

8 Dec

Request sent to Islington Borough Council by neilesh on 8 December 2017 .


Ensuring customers are not subject to unnecessary recovery action, additional costs or hardship 

8 Dec

Follow up sent to Islington Borough Council by Gwyn Worth on 8 December 2017 .


Use of Body Worn Video 

7 Dec

Request sent to Islington Borough Council by Emily Mcghie on 7 December 2017 .


Use of Body Worn Video 

7 Dec

Request sent to Islington Borough Council by Linda McCarthy on 7 December 2017 .


Childrens & Social Services Tender Advertising 

7 Dec

Response by Islington Borough Council to nilesh bhalani on 7 December 2017 .


Islington local statistics 

7 Dec

Response by Islington Borough Council to Everton Wynter on 7 December 2017 .


Islington Council costs 

7 Dec

Response by Islington Borough Council to OW on 7 December 2017 .


Supervised Contact Service 

7 Dec

Response by Islington Borough Council to clare sanderson on 7 December 2017 .


Staff Cycle Allowance 

5 Dec

Response by Islington Borough Council to Michael Johnson on 5 December 2017 .


More FOI requests


Parliament »

Hospitals: Waiting Lists | Department of Health | Written Answers 

23 Jul

To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what the average waiting time was between referral to secondary care and the beginning of treatment in (a) England, (b) London, (c) the London Borough of Islington and (d) Islington South and Finsbury...


General Practitioners: Wales | Department of Health | Written Answers 

22 Jul

To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what plans he has to monitor the introduction in Wales of an 18-month training placement for general practice during which trainees will be salaried directly by the Welsh NHS; and whether he plans to...


General Practitioners: Contracts | Department of Health | Written Answers 

22 Jul

To ask the Secretary of State for Health, how many new (a) General Medical Services, (b) Personal Medical Services and (c) Alternative Provider Medical Services contracts were agreed with GP practices in (i) England, (ii) London, (iii) the...


General Practitioners: Resignations | Department of Health | Written Answers 

22 Jul

To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what estimate he has made of the number of (a) male and (b) female GPs who left the profession, for reasons other than retirement, in each of the last 10 years.


General Practitioners: Overseas Workers | Department of Health | Written Answers 

22 Jul

To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what estimate he has made of the number of UK-trained GPs who opted to practice overseas on completing their training in each of the last 10 years.


General Practitioners: Finance | Department of Health | Written Answers 

22 Jul

To ask the Secretary of State for Health, how many and what proportion of GP practices in (a) England, (b) London, (c) the London Borough of Islington and (d) Islington South and Finsbury constituency have received funding from (i) the Prime...


[Mr Christopher Chope in the Chair] – Human Rights (Saudi Arabia) | Westminster Hall debates 

21 Jul

The Minister mentioned the UN Human Rights Council’s universal periodic review, which was very strict and raised many complaints about Saudi Arabia.


Social Security Benefits | Department for Work and Pensions | Written Answers 

21 Jul

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, with reference to the draft Welfare Reform and Work Bill, for what reasons the Welfare Reform and Work Bill proposes to repeal section 96(6) to (8) of the Welfare Reform Act 2012 on the link...


Housing Benefit | Department for Work and Pensions | Written Answers 

21 Jul

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, whether it is his policy that existing exemptions for (a) disability living allowance, (b) personal independence payments, (c) discretionary housing payments, (d) working tax credit and...


Welfare Reform and Work Bill | Commons debates 

20 Jul

Obviously, a reduction in local authority rents is good for tenants—I fully understand that—but does my right hon.


Welfare Reform and Work Bill | Commons debates 

20 Jul

Obviously, a reduction in local authority rents is good for tenants—I fully understand that—but does my right hon.


Welfare Reform and Work Bill | Commons debates 

20 Jul

Obviously, a reduction in local authority rents is good for tenants—I fully understand that—but does my right hon.


Counter-ISIL Coalition Strategy | Oral Answers to Questions – Education | Commons debates 

20 Jul

I think we should thank the Freedom of Information Act for today’s statement.


Counter-ISIL Coalition Strategy | Oral Answers to Questions – Education | Commons debates 

20 Jul

I think we should thank the Freedom of Information Act for today’s statement.


Counter-ISIL Coalition Strategy | Oral Answers to Questions – Education | Commons debates 

20 Jul

I think we should thank the Freedom of Information Act for today’s statement.


More Parliament





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