DIARY
 

Since its inaugural meeting in February 2004, the NAG has continued its policy of each year arranging a number of meetings, the majority of which are open to everyone. Topics are wide-ranging and the meetings are intended to provide an informal forum for the exchange of information and ideas and experiences, as well as an opportunity for people to interact socially.

Here you will find the 'where and when', along with brief descriptions of the topics on the agenda of NAG meetings and events.

In addition, here at Nottingham & Neighbourhood: Meetings, Exhibitions, Consultations & Events you will find the 'what, where and when' of a miscellany of meetings, exhibitions, events, public consultations, surveys, and other such, none of which are organised by or indeed often not even associated with the NAG, but which you may also want to put in your diary, mark up on your calendar, or stick on your noticeboard 

 

February 2019 Unipol-NAG (U-NAG) Open Meeting: 'Current Trends & Future Developments in the Student Housing Market'

Notes of this meeting, held on Thursday 21 February 2019, are now available to read and to download when you open this page.

January 2018 NAG Open Meeting: Notes of Meeting Now Available

Notes of this meeting, held on Friday, 26 January 2018, are available to read and to download when you open this page.

Planning and You: Notes from the NAG Open Meeting

A summary of information relating to planning and HMOs presented at the NAG's meeting on Wednesday 24 May 2017.

June 2017 NAG 'Bring & Share' Meeting

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.

May 2017 NAG Open Meeting

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.
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