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 

 

April 2013 UNIPOL NAG (U-NAG) Meeting

6.30 pm, Wednesday, 24 April 2013, in the Function Room of the Rose & Crown, Derby Road, Wollaton Park.

March 2013 NAG Open Meeting

The March NAG meeting will focus on Nottingham City Council's proposal to extend HMO licensing along with the work of the Council's enforcement teams and how anticipated changes to legislation will enable them to better tackle anti-social, noise and environmental problems.

January 2013 NAG Open Meeting: the NAG in 2013'

Wednesday, 23 January 2013, 6.30 pm onwards at St. Mary's Church Hall, Wollaton Hall Drive, Wollaton Park. The meeting will include: •a consultation by councillors and council officers on the City Council Budget proposals; •a briefing on proposals to extend HMO licensing in the City; •updates on the control of letting boards and other work in progress; •information about NAG events for 2013.

November 2012 NAG Open Meeting: Students & HMOs

Wednesday, 28 November 2012, 6.30 pm onwards in the Function Room, Rose & Crown, Derby Road, Wollaton Park. Mike Cole, Nottingham City Council's Student Strategy Manager, will be leading the dicussion at this meeting, Amongst other things the agenda will include ares in which the Council is taking action, e.g. •letting boards; •the Article 4 Direction; •HMO licensing & accreditation; •parking permits for students; •waste management & recycling; •crime prevention; •a new Student Strategy document; •the Housing Nottingham plan

October 2012 U-NAG Autumn Meeting

Wednesday, 24 October 2012, 6.30 pm onwards in the Function Room, Rose & Crown, Derby Road, Wollaton Park. Unipol (Nottingham and Leeds) officers and the NAG Committee will be inviting Ward Councillors, Nottingham City Council Officers, and representatives from Nottingham’s two universities and their students’ unions along to hear about developments and to take part in the discussion. Martin Blakey, CEO of Unipol, will be presenting an assessment of trends in student accommodation, including information produced in a recently conducted and extensive survey in Leeds.