NOTTINGHAM NEWS
 

News from Nottingham and the surrounding area.

Neville Sadler Court in Beeston to be Redeveloped as Student Cluster Flats

Jamie Barlow (Nottingham Post, 16 February 2019) reported that plans to create accommodation for more than 80 students in a former sheltered housing site in Beeston were approved by Broxtowe Borough Council at a planning meeting on 13 February 2019.

Developer Plans to Change Beeston Pub into Student Flats

Christian Riley and Jamie Barlow (Nottingham Post 12 February 2019) reported that plans to turn the Queen's Hotel in Queen's Road, Beeston, into three flats with 18 bedrooms in total have been recommended for approval.

The 2019-2023 Additional Licensing of HMOs Scheme Approved

On 18 September 2018 Nottingham City Council's Executive Board approved a new Additional Licensing Scheme for HMOs to run until December 2023

'Housing Horror Stories Behind Selective Licensing'

On Friday 17 August 2018, Kit Sandeman, Local Democracy Reporter for the Nottingham Post, posted an article in which a Nottingham City Council environmental health expert described the horrific conditions he has seen people renting in Nottingham live in, and explained that, as part of selective licensing, he and his team would 'ruthlessly hunt' bad landlords.

Nottingham Landlord Found Guilty and Fined £1,750

On Friday 27 July 2018, Nottingham Magistrates' Court found Shafaqat Ali Sadiq, of Vicarage Avenue, Derby, a Sneinton landlord, guilty of aggressive practices, failing to protect a tenancy deposit, and operating a House in Multiple Occupation without a licence.