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 

 

March 2017 U-NAG (Unipol-NAG) Open Meeting

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.

January 2017 NAG-Hosted Open Meeting

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.

November 2016 NAG Open Meeting

'Everyone Has the Right to Live in a Safe and Healthy Home': Wednesday 30 November 2016, 6.30 pm in the Function Room of the Rose & Crown, Derby Road Lenton. An open meeting of the NAG on HMOs and the private rented sector including licensing, enforcement action, accreditation, impact on surrounding neighbourhoods.

October 2016 NAG Open Meeting

'Dusk to Dawn', Wednesday 26 October 2016, 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm in the Function Room, Rose & Crown, Derby Road, Lenton. A discussion, led by Nottingham Community Protection, focusing on noise disturbance and other low-level persistent anti-social behaviour and asking questions about the shape of a template for future action.

April 2016 Unipol-NAG (U-NAG) Open Meeting

13 April 2016, 6.30 pm in the Function Room of the Rose & Crown, Derby Road. 'Unipol's Mission in Nottingham Continued: Raising Standards and Student Awareness'.