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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. 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…
  3. 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…
  4. 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…
  5. 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…
  6. 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…