John Kennedy Court Recycling Improvement Consultation

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Background

Islington's 2023-2025 waste and recycling reduction plan sets out our goal to recycle 40% of the waste collected from households in Islington, to create a cleaner, greener, heathier borough.

To achieve this goal, we are committed to:

  • Providing all estates with enough recycling bins so that residents can recycle at all times
  • Placing recycling bins in a convenient location for residents
  • Maintaining recycling facilities to a good standard
  • Engaging with residents to achieve higher levels of recycling on our estates

By focusing on the objectives noted above, we aim to make it easier for residents to recycle more at John Kennedy Court.

The council plans to spend £2 million over the course of three years to ensure facilities on estates are clean, well-maintained and easy to use. Therefore, this project is not rechargeable to residents.


John Kennedy Court

John Kennedy Court does not have enough communal recycling bins. We propose installing communal recycling bins that are placed in enclosures, to allow residents to get rid of their recycling whenever they need to and keep the estate clean and tidy.

Please take a moment to read through the proposal saved under the supporting documents tab and let us know which location you would prefer us to install enclosures for John Kennedy Court 17-34 by using the quick poll tool at the bottom of the page. A summarised version of the proposals can be seen below.

Following that, please use the map to pinpoint suggested locations for new recycling bins with enclosures for John Kennedy Court 35-84.


Proposal

Option 1
We propose installing two recycling enclosures on the pavement where the bins are currently placed,

Option 2
We propose installing two enclosures for recycling on the green space next to the carpark.


How to get involved

We would like to encourage all residents living on John Kennedy Court to read through the proposed changes above and let us know your preferred option by voting in the quick poll below. You can find a detailed version of the proposed options under the supporting documents tab. The quick poll will take less than 2 minutes to complete.


How we will use your feedback

Once the consultation is closed, we will review all responses, identify the preferred proposals and explore if any suggestions submitted are feasible to implement.

We will then communicate the final proposal we will be moving forward with to residents in January and implement changes in the new year.

All responses will remain anonymous and your data will not be shared with any third parties.

Background

Islington's 2023-2025 waste and recycling reduction plan sets out our goal to recycle 40% of the waste collected from households in Islington, to create a cleaner, greener, heathier borough.

To achieve this goal, we are committed to:

  • Providing all estates with enough recycling bins so that residents can recycle at all times
  • Placing recycling bins in a convenient location for residents
  • Maintaining recycling facilities to a good standard
  • Engaging with residents to achieve higher levels of recycling on our estates

By focusing on the objectives noted above, we aim to make it easier for residents to recycle more at John Kennedy Court.

The council plans to spend £2 million over the course of three years to ensure facilities on estates are clean, well-maintained and easy to use. Therefore, this project is not rechargeable to residents.


John Kennedy Court

John Kennedy Court does not have enough communal recycling bins. We propose installing communal recycling bins that are placed in enclosures, to allow residents to get rid of their recycling whenever they need to and keep the estate clean and tidy.

Please take a moment to read through the proposal saved under the supporting documents tab and let us know which location you would prefer us to install enclosures for John Kennedy Court 17-34 by using the quick poll tool at the bottom of the page. A summarised version of the proposals can be seen below.

Following that, please use the map to pinpoint suggested locations for new recycling bins with enclosures for John Kennedy Court 35-84.


Proposal

Option 1
We propose installing two recycling enclosures on the pavement where the bins are currently placed,

Option 2
We propose installing two enclosures for recycling on the green space next to the carpark.


How to get involved

We would like to encourage all residents living on John Kennedy Court to read through the proposed changes above and let us know your preferred option by voting in the quick poll below. You can find a detailed version of the proposed options under the supporting documents tab. The quick poll will take less than 2 minutes to complete.


How we will use your feedback

Once the consultation is closed, we will review all responses, identify the preferred proposals and explore if any suggestions submitted are feasible to implement.

We will then communicate the final proposal we will be moving forward with to residents in January and implement changes in the new year.

All responses will remain anonymous and your data will not be shared with any third parties.

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John Kennedy Court 35-84 Potential Enclosure Location

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Please click on the + sign to the left and use the map to pinpoint your suggestions for new recycling sites with enclosures for John Kennedy Court 35-84.

Page last updated: 21 Feb 2024, 01:44 PM