News from around and about in Nottingham's NAG neighbourhoods
As part of its fact finding, the Great Places Commission's visit to the East Midlands included Lenton Green, the Nottingham City Homes redevelopment of the Lenton high rise flats site.
Writing in the Nottingham Post (Friday 6 July 2018) Rod Malcolm reported that Rehaan Rashid of Kilburn Close, Beeston, who threatened to wreck the future careers of student tenants who raised concerns about their accommodation, must pay almost £35,000 and could face jail after he pleaded guilty to harassment and breaches of the Housing Act.
David Pittam (Nottingham Post 15 June 2018) reported on: A 'shocking' picture has revealed the huge amount of alcohol confiscated from students on their way to the last big blow out of term. And the action being taken by Nottingham City Council's Community Protection officers to combat anti-social behaviour and mitigate against the problems experienced by residents.
Matt Jarman, writing in the Nottingham Post (Thursday 24 May 2018) reported that as the end of exams approaches, Nottingham City Council is warning students that house parties will not be tolerated and that they tougher penalties will be handed out to students who disrupt the lives of their neighbours.
As reported in the Nottingham Post by Hannah Mitchell (Wednesday 23 May 2018) after four years the regeneration project which followed the demolition of the high rise flats in Lenton has been completed.