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Holloway Prison site must be 50% “affordable”, rules London Mayor

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has backed plans by Islington council to ensure the redevelopment of Holloway Prison will include at least 50% “affordable housing”. His...

Hundreds of Islington residents joined national demo against Housing Bill

Residents rallied to the cries of ‘kill, kill the Housing Bill’ as they marched on Parliament on Sunday to protest legislation which could force...

Islington residents call on Council to boycott controversial proposed Housing Bill...

An Islington mum says the Government’s Housing Bill will leave her unable to care for her disabled daughter, describing the legislation as an “attack...

HIV activist makes it to the Rainbow List

The HIV activist and board member of an LGBT housing charity in Canonbury has been nominated on The Independent’s Rainbow List - a compilation...

Meet the Islington artist putting curfew signs up in London

Islington's under curfew, apparently. If you were walking past the crossing at City Road last week, you might have noticed a curfew sign high up...

What can you buy instead of this 2 bedroom flat in...

Islington's house prices are in crisis. From first time buyers to those trying to move up the property ladder, people are struggling all across...

Emma Watson, Lily Allen, George Orwell: Islington celebrities MAPPED

Emma Watson, Lily Allen, George Orwell and a whole host of other celebrities have lived in Islington. Other famous faces from your borough include Oscar...

Islington first to invest £150m from pension scheme into housing

Islington council confirmed this week its plan to use money from its pension scheme to fund the building of new social housing and to invest...

Islington councillor feels the effects of housing crisis

An Islington councillor is facing a housing crisis of his own as he tries to move up the housing ladder. Olly Parker, a Labour councillor...

Budget 2014 – what it means to you

Our breakdown of how Osborne’s budget will affect housing, wages and welfare. Housing Stamp duty will increase to 15 per cent for properties over £500,000 bought...