News from Nottingham and the surrounding area.
The current five-year additional licensing scheme for HMOs will come to an end shortly. Nottingham City Council is looking to introduce a new scheme, and is carrying out an on-line consultation on its proposals. The consultation with end on Tuesday 10 July 2018. All residents, tenants, landlords and letting agents are encouraged to submit their views.
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 tougher penalties will be handed out to students who disrupt the lives of their neighbours.
The Nottingham Post's (Saturday 7 March 2015) front page and inside features a report on the results of a Nottingham City Council study into the student flats' market which has resulted in the Council concluding that there is room for further development of so-called 'student purpose build' accommodation.
In March 2018 ADKAM CIC (Community Interest Company) was fined £1000 with costs of £836 and a £100 victim surcharge by Nottingham Magistrates Court for failure to comply with the Management of Houses in Multiple Occupation (England) Regulations.
David Pittam (Nottingham Post Friday 9 February 2018) reported that students from Nottingham University's Veterinary School have received a £5000 grant to help with their project to provide health checks, vaccinations and treatment to the pets of homeless people in Nottingham.