Holy Trinity Cloudesley Square

The Society is supporting plans for the restoration of this local landmark, one of three churches built in Islington in the 1820s by Charles Barry, and notable for its twin turrets reminiscent of and modelled on those of King’s College Chapel in Cambridge. It was...

Society resists Regents Wharf redevelopment appeal

The planning appeal against the Islington Council’s refusal of the developers’ proposals for the redevelopment of Regents Wharf began on 4 June 2019. Regents Wharf is made up of four Victorian and three modern buildings. Three of the Victorian buildings are locally...

AGM: Representing the interest of the community

The Society’s Annual General Meeting was held on Tuesday 13 November in the Town Hall. David Gibson, our Chairman, devoted much of his annual report to the challenges faced by the Society in protecting Islington’s environment. In particular, he drew attention to the...

Protecting Islington’s Heritage: Locally Listed Buildings

Members may know that the Society has been closely involved in a review of Islington’s Locally Listed Buildings. These are buildings which have no statutory protection – they are not listed buildings in the usual sense – but which are regarded as valuable to the...