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The Core Strategy is a key document within the Local Development Framework. It is the council's plan for the future. The Core Strategy will influence future planning decisions and will shape the development of the borough to 2025 and beyond. It sets out the vision for what the Council wants to achieve in the future, where and how change will happen, as well as Islington's approach to important issues including how it will seek to improve the built environment, provide more affordable housing and employment spaces, respond to climate change, and provide facilities for its communities.
After a number of stages of preparation and consultation, and following Examination by an Independent Planning Inspector, Islington’s Core Strategy was adopted at a meeting of the Council on 17 February 2011.
This document provides an analysis of information about children and young people in Islington, divided into the six Children and Young People’s Partnership areas. The information is based on data aggregated from ward level to the areas as follows:
Hornsey – Finsbury Park, Hillrise and Tollington wards.
Holloway – Holloway, Junction and St George’s wards.
Highbury – Highbury East, Highbury West, and Mildmay wards.
Barnsbury – Barnsbury and Caledonian wards. Canonbury – Canonbury, St Mary’s and St Peter’s wards.
Finsbury – Bunhill and Clerkenwell wards.
ACYPP boundaries are not exactly coterminous with ward boundaries, except in Finsbury. However, as most datasets included in this profile are only available at ward level (at the lowest level), these wards have been used for the CYPP Areas.