Team Cally works with Caledonian residents, Islington Council and local service providers to help improve life and opportunities for those living in the neighbourhood. You can read our most recent report Team Cally report.
There are plenty of great service providers in the Cally area, including agencies active across housing, youth work, health, education, environment, economic development and crime prevention.
Team Cally works with them, leading the process for agreeing local priorities, bringing services together to work more effectively and bringing in additional resources where there are gaps in existing service provision.
Areas of priority include children and young people, improving health, the economic revival of the Caledonian Road and providing a safer neighbourhood.
Team Cally works with, and is fully supported by, a number of partner organisations, namely Islington Borough Council, Cripplegate Foundation and the Bemerton Villages Management Organisation.
The Bemerton Villages Management Organisation is a key partner for Team Cally. It is led by local residents with the aim of improving the quality of life on the estate. It delivers housing services and hosts other services of importance to residents.
Team Cally works closely with Councillors representing the Caledonian ward on Islington Council – Paul Convery, Rupert Perry and Charlynne Pullen.
Councillor Paul Convery chairs the Calendonia Ward Partnership meetings and the Team Cally steering group, who make decisions on the Ward Improvement Plans, Local Initiative Fund and other funding initiatives.
The steering group of local residents and organisations meets regularly.
If you wish to get in contact with Team Cally, please contact: