News from Nottingham and the surrounding area.

"A Total Embarrassment for Nottingham": Behaviour of City's Students on First Day of Rule of Six

Matt Jarram, Nottingham Post Senior Digital Reporter & Crime Correspondent posted two articles on Tuesday 30 March 2021 reporting on the reactions of local residents and the Leader of Nottingham City Council and the Assistant Chief Constable to the behaviour witnessed in The Arboretum on the first day of the easing of lockdown restrictions. Amongst further information, and views, a later report by Olimpia Zagnat (Community Reporter) and Matt Jarram provided an update from Nottinghamshire Police.

Coronavirus Rules: Nottinghamshire Police Issue 87 House Party Fines in One Week-End

Writing on Wednesday, 24 March 2021, Matt Jarram, Nottingham Post Senior Digital Reporter and Crime Correspondent reported that, after more than 80 people were issued with fines for holding or attending house parties in one week-end in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire Police will use dispersal orders on a more permanent basis. The next of these, lasting 48 hours, will begin at 18.00 on Friday, 26 March in the Arboretum and Lenton.

Nottingham Police Take a No Tolerance Approach Against Lockdown Flouters

On Saturday 20 march 2021, Nottinghamshire Police has posted on its website and on Facebook that, after having received numerous calls on Friday evening from residents concerned about people holding large gatherings and breaking lockdown regulations, the force has issued a dispersal order, lasting 48 hours, in Lenton, the Arboretum and city centre areas from 18.00 hours.

Proposal for Student Flats on the High Road Raise Fears of Student Housing Takeover in Beeston

On Tuesday 16 March 2021, Jamie Barlow, Digital News Correspondent of the Nottingham Post, reported that a project to demolish existing buildings on the corner of Beeston High Road and Malborough Road and replace them with a four-storey 54-apartment student block is raising concerns with residents that student housing is 'taking over' Beeston.

As the New Academic Year is About to Start Nottingham's Universities & Police Outline Measures to Support New Coronavirus Regulations

Writing in the Nottingham Post, on Monday 14 September 2020 Community Reporter Gurjeet Nanrah posted a report outlining what Nottingham's universities and Nottinghamshire Police are putting in place to stop students from flouting the new coronavirus regulations.