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Finding space

Information on office, meeting and training space for community organisations

The high cost of premises in Islington makes it an expensive borough for the voluntary sector to operate in.

Our Strategy 2016-20 outlines how we will support the sector to access affordable accommodation.

Find a home for your organisation

So we can establish affordable work space opportunities for the VCS we work with property services, housing community centres and our partners to identify and market suitable accommodation.

If you are a VCS organisation looking for premises or office space in Islington, register with us by e-mailing partnerships@islington.gov.uk with your contact details. We will let you know details of spaces as they become available.

Meeting spaces, training rooms and conference spaces

If you need a meeting space, hall hire for one-off events, training room or conference space, you can try:

Islington Libraries, who have a number of halls and meeting rooms available to hire for a variety of events.

Islington Assembly Hall and our Arts Team run a scheme offering community organisations in the borough the chance to hire the Hall for free.

Council owned community centres can be booked for local community activities. Local groups and charities may be able to book free of charge.

There are also a number of multi-use Community Hubs (Centres) that provide space for hire.

All hubs are managed independently by constituted voluntary sector groups. Most hubs provide hall hire. To hire one please contact the individual organisation. A list of these organisations can be found from the link above.

Have a space to offer?

If your organisation has rooms to let, office space or co-working opportunities please contact us at partnerships@islington.gov.uk. We may be able to help you market this to the sector.



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