News from around and about in Nottingham's NAG neighbourhoods
In the summer of 2017, Nottingham City Council applied to Government for permission to continue operating controls over letting boards in designated parts of the city. This permission has now been given and will be in place for the next five years, so preventing a return to 'Nottingham's Forest of Letting Boards'
When Nottingham City Council rejected an application to build student accommodation on the former Red Cross site, the developer appealed to the Planning Inspectorate. The Inspectorate has rejected the appeal.
Hannah Mitchell, writing in the Nottingham Post (Friday 3 November 2017) reported the Arboretum Residents and Tenants' Association has complained about house parties and their effect on the lives of local families.
A 19-year-old man, believed to be a Nottingham University student, was stabbed on Wednesday 1 November 2017 on Albert Grove and remains in a critical condition at the QMC. The Police are appealing for witnesses and any information.
Plans for a £3.2m helipad in the grounds of the QMC have been put on hold while the Trust develops plans to build a new urgent and emergency care centre at the QMC.