Improving Canonbury for and by residents
We're a group of Canonbury residents who'd like to improve our streets and public spaces to benefit local people & businesses.
We are delighted to be part of www.lowtrafficislington.org, the borough-wide campaign to support People Friendly Streets. Please tweet/NextDoor/Instagram using #lowtrafficislington and showing your support for safer, quieter streets and cleaner air. 💚💚💚
Many thanks to our councillors for participating in our Zoom on 31 March; these opportunities to feed back and hear from Nick Wayne, Clare Jeapes and John Woolfe are useful to everyone so we will organise another later in the year when the public consultations are due to be published. Make sure you are on our mailing list to hear about future webinars: firstname.lastname@example.org. And follow us on Twitter: @canonbury2020.
There are individual consultations for both Canonbury East and Canonbury West on the council's PFS (People Friendly Streets) site so do please give your feedback as this helps the council traffic planners to refine the schemes if required.
The council's PFS site also now has a Q&A section here.
The Canonbury Society conducted a survey of its members last year; results available here
Your friends & neighbours are supporting change too
Many people believe that they are alone in supporting changes that would make walking and cycling safer and easier. You aren't alone – your friends and neighbours are much more supportive than you think.
Research by YouGov has found that 77% of people in the UK support measures in their local area to encourage cycling and walking. That's 6.5 people supporters for every 1 against. Read more about the results of the research >
Canonbury Ward meeting
Canonbury Councillors will be hosting a ward partnership meeting on Wednesday 25 November on Zoom. Residents are invited to discuss Youth Commissioning and Provision and People-Friendly Streets.
Canonbury West LTN is now active
The wait for People-friendly streets in Canonbury West is over!
Islington's latest low-traffic neighbourhood went live on Monday 9 November.
Councillors answer residents' questions
Paula: East Canonbury resident
Research shows low-traffic neighbourhoods benefit everyone
Mobility access: streets that everyone can use
Parklets and planters
Parklets and street planters are popping up all over North London and soon in Islington we hope to have our own sensible process for a green parking permit. Read about how to green your street with Eilidh explains >
How Satnav increases traffic in our area
Healthy streets and low-traffic neighbourhoods
With roughly 3/4 of Islington residents living car-free, the council is planning to open up streets for people to use more safely. It's part of a London-wide project to make our city safer and healthier for residents.