It's not so much a Green wall but certainly a Green step in Islington as the party took control of three seats on the council – dethroning a senior Labour councillor in the process.
Caroline Russell is joined by Benali Hamdache and Ernestas Jegorvas-Armstrong in Highbury ward in an upset for the Labour party.
It means Sue Lukes, the Labour executive member for community safety, and her daughter Minda Burgos-Lukes were foiled in their candidature for the same ward, which came about because of boundary changes.
Overall, Labour has 48 councillors, including in the new Laycock ward, with three Green opponents.
Ms Russell pledged to “work hard to represent Highbury residents in the council chamber and be a constructive opposition”.
The controversial low traffic neighbourhoods became a love-them-or-hate-them issue.
Some voters say they cut traffic and air pollution and encourage cycling. Others say they divert traffic and make journeys longer.
The Conservatives promised to scrap LTNs but went unrewarded at the ballot box, failing to win any seats.
Voters were also concerned about the rising cost of living and the climate emergency.
Islington is one of the London boroughs thought to be most at risk from flooding and overheating because of the climate emergency. It means the Green party’s is now the official opposition at Upper Street.