Our end of tenancy cleaning Islington service offer professional and convenient cleaning of your home, office. We can provide you with the best of the best of tenancy cleaning and can guarantee you will get your deposit back.
We work with the major estate agents, landlords, and tenants of London area and if you don’t call us they will call us after withholding part or the whole deposit. So call us today and keep your tenancy deposit.
We are trusted by many private and corporate estates to get the proper cleaning they need. We live to clean your home or office and to see the smile on your face at the end.
End of tenancy cleaning Islington service
Our end of tenancy cleaning Islington service includes:
- Our cleaning professionals utilise the latest equipment in order to clean every aspect of the property
- As a bonus, we offer 25% off of upholstery and carpet cleaning for those who book our services
- ShineLine Ltd is one of the few end of tenancy cleaning services with highly flexible scheduling
- For more information about what is included in the cleaning service you can check here.
We provide all materials, we guarantee you will get your deposit back, plus we deliver a high quality professional cleaning service.
The London Borough of Islington /ˈɪzlɪŋtən/ is a London borough in Inner London with an estimated population of 215,667. It was formed in 1965 by merging the former metropolitan boroughs of Islington and Finsbury, but the merged entity remains the second smallest borough in London and the third smallest district in England. The borough contains two Westminster parliamentary constituencies, Islington North and Islington South & Finsbury. The local authority is Islington Council.
Islington was originally named by the Saxons Giseldone (1005), then Gislandune (1062). The name means ‘Gīsla’s hill’ from the Old English personal name Gīsla and dun ‘hill‘, ‘down’. The name then later mutated to Isledon, which remained in use well into the 17th century when the modern form arose. In medieval times, Islington was just one of many small manors in the area, along with Bernersbury, Neweton Berewe or Hey-bury, and Canonesbury(Barnsbury, Highbury and Canonbury – names first recorded in the 13th and 14th centuries). “Islington” came to be applied as the name for the parish covering these villages, and was the name chosen for the Metropolitan Borough of Islington, on its formation in 1899. On the merger with Finsbury, to form the modern borough this name came to be applied to the whole borough.
Islington Council is the borough’s local authority. It is a London borough council, one of thirty-two principal subdivisions of the administrative area of Greater London. The council was created by the London Government Act 1963 and replaced two local authorities: Finsbury Metropolitan Borough Council and Islington Metropolitan Borough Council. The former Islington Metropolitan Town Hall, at the intersection of Upper Street and Richmond Grove, serves as the present Borough’s council building.
Islington is divided into 16 wards, each electing three councillors. Following the May 2014 election, Islington Council comprises 47 Labour Party councillors and 1Green Party councillor.Of these 48 councillors, the Leader of the Council is Councillor Richard Watts, while the Mayor is Councillor Theresa Debono.
Islington is represented by two parliamentary constituencies. Islington North is represented by Jeremy Corbyn of the Labour Party, the current Leader of the Opposition since 2015. Islington South and Finsbury is represented by Emily Thornberry, of the Labour Party
References: Wikipedia – London Borough of Islington