How Islington has ‘greened’ it’s estates, with an opposite approach to that of Manchester City Council, who have felled hundreds of trees and concreted over green spaces.

Inside track

EC1 Fluid building 2011  copy_2This is a guest post by Liz Kessler who developed a strategy to improve the EC1 area of south Islington, London. 

This project features as one of the inspirational examples in Green Alliance’s new report Towering ambitions, which will be launched at the Greening towers event tomorrow.

Since 2004 much of the EC1 area of south Islington, London, has been changed from a place that felt bleak, unsafe and colourless into one that feels safer, more attractive, neighbourly and vibrant.

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