News from Nottingham and the surrounding area.
On Monday 16 October/Tuesday 17 October 2017 the Nottingham Post's Sarah Bryan and Jamie Barlow reported on anti-social behaviour by students in Lenton at the week-end. Complaints from residents about excessive noise resulted in CPOs being sent to 'multiple' locations. The Police are investigating a report of criminal damage.
ITV reported on 23 August 2017 that changes to the Housing and Planning Act 2016 mean that it will now be easier for Nottingham City Council and other Local Authorities to tackle poor housing conditions in the private rented sector.
An article in the Nottingham Post (Saturday 19 August 2017) with the headline 'One in 12 Homes Classed As Student Accommodation in Nottingham' highlights a 33% increase in student properties in the city between 2010 and 2016, and reports views about the benefits (and otherwise) to the city.
NTU has redesigned its Student Code of Behaviour which has been embedded into the student 'Induction' and 'Outduction' educational programmes.
In the January 2017 East Midlands Edition of the Private Sector Landlord, Giles Inman of EMPO writes that EMPO (East Midlands Property Owners) believes that professional landlords have a moral duty to play a more active role in dealing with anti-social behaviour at and around the curtilage of their properties, and that landlords have the ability to ensure that anti-social behaviour does to become a feature of their tenancies. He then gives guidance on tenancy agreements and other tools that can be used to forward this aim.