A summary of information relating to planning and HMOs presented at the NAG's meeting on Wednesday 24 May 2017.
Following the announcement of a General Election and the fact that St. Mary's Church Hall will be used as a polling station, the NAG Bring & Share Meeting due to take place on polling day (Thursday 8 June 2017) has been postponed. A new date for the event will be posted on this website in due course.
Wednesday 24 May 2017, 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm in the Function Room at the Rose & Crown, Derby Road, Lenton. Planning & You: The Discussion Continued is a meeting with senior officers from Nottingham City Council's Planning Section as well as those from Environmental Health/HMO Licensing and Enforcement, and from Community Protection. A meeting which completes the present series of three aimed at covering the different aspects of legislation relating to HMOs and actions that can be/are being taken, and possible future developments. Everyone welcome.
Wednesday 22 March 2017, 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm in the Function Room at the Rose & Crown, Derby Road, Lenton. The latest in a continuing series of meetings with Unipol with insight into trends in the student housing market, etc.The meeting will also form part of Nottingham City Council's current consultation on proposals for selective licensing, which runs until 31 March 2017. Housing Strategy officers will be there to present information, answer questions, and give guidance. Also, representatives from Nottingham's Community Protection will be there to introduce discussions on and take questions about proposals for an Alcohol Saturation Zone in areas of Radford & Park and Dunkirk & Lenton wards, as well as in respect of developments relating to a 'Community Trigger' dealing with off-campus university student related anti-social behaviour.
Wednesday, 25 January 2017, 6.30 pm in the St. Mary's Church Hall, Wollaton Hall Drive, Wollaton Park. 'Budget Consultation - Your City Your Services', a consultation on the Nottingham City Council Budget for 2017-2018. Also, Nottingham City Council Housing Strategy officers will give information about proposals for selective licensing and how to respond to the consultation which runs until 31 March 2017.