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Caledonian Ward

CALLY WARD PARTNERSHIP 

Next Meetings

Details for the next meeting will be published here. Please check back soon for an update. 

Past Meetings

    About Caledonian Ward Partnership 

    Caledonian Ward councillors, residents, community groups and businesses are working with the council, police and voluntary organisations to improve your neighbourhood such as:
  • Promoting good design, environmental improvements, community facilities and better land use in the ward – the Cally Plan.
  • The Cally community festival and street market.
  • Repainting and renaming the landmark Ferodo railway bridge.
  • Better public access to the King’s Cross development and jobs for local people.
  • Improving Caledonian Road’s shop fronts and parking.

Ward Improvement Plan

The partnership has a plan for investment in the area, including from developer contributions obtained through local planning agreements. 

You can also suggest your own ideas for inclusion in the plan.
Submit a proposal via the link on the right.

Small Grants Programmes

  • Local Initiatives Fund Grants

Caledonian ward councillors have an annual budget of £15,000 for small grants to local community projects and activities. For more details, please see the council webpage or email localinitiativesfund@islington.gov.uk.

Contact Caledonian ward councillors directly to apply

  • Islington Council Community Chest

Funding of up to £5,000 is available for community organisations that work with Islington residents and have an annual turnover of less than £100,000.  Priority is given to organisations that have an annual turnover of less than £50,000 and work with people who are experiencing poverty and/or isolation.  There are 3 rounds each year.

For details on how to apply, please contact the Cripplegate Foundation on 020 7288 6940 or see the guidance on their website.

Community Hub 

Team Cally provides services and community activities for all local residents and supports the Cally Ward Partnership.

Caledonian Ward Facts and Figures 

Planning 

Local Services