The availability of council premises for rent by voluntary sector organisations is limited, however, from time to time, space does become available.
The Councils Voluntary and Community Sector Strategy 2016-2020 outlines how we will support the sector to access affordable accommodation in the borough, including using council properties and planning gain.
Finding a home for your organisation
The availability of council premises for rent is limited. However, from time to time, space does become available for the voluntary sector.
If you are a VCS organisation looking for premises or office space in Islington, please e-mail partnerships team with your contact details.
We will inform you of any opportunities that become available.
As part of the council’s commitment to build a fairer, more inclusive Islington, we have developed a pioneering Affordable Workspace Strategy to create new workspaces that are genuinely accessible and affordable to local businesses and organisations.
- With support from London’s 33 local authorities, the Mayor of London has pledged to support workspace for start-ups, small businesses and artists in London. Read details of the programme and see an interactive map of open workspace providers
- Voluntary Action Islington can provide cost-effective desk space
- Ethical Property have locations at Resource for London and Durham Road. They provide flexible office space, conference, training and meeting rooms
Meeting spaces, training rooms and conference spaces
If you are in need of a meeting space, hall hire for one off events, training room or conference space. The following links may be helpful:
Council owned community centres can be booked for local community activities. There is a community rate for local groups and charities and some space may be able to be booked free of charge.
Islington Libraries have a number of halls and meeting rooms available to hire for a variety of events.
Islington Assembly Hall and the Council’s Arts Team run a scheme offering Islington-based community organisations the chance to hire the Islington Assembly Hall for free.
Multi-Use Community Centres (Community Hubs) are managed independently by constituted voluntary sector groups. Most hubs provide hall hire. To hire one please contact the individual organisations through this list.
Have a space to offer?
If your organisation has rooms to let, office space or co-working opportunities please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We may be able to help you market this to the sector.