The Karimia Institute took over a former children's care home in Radford Bridge Road and have developed it into a prayer centre.
Nottingham City Council looked at the development in June last year and decided to give it planning permission for a year's trial.
Since then, more than 20 neighbours have sent letters to the council complaining about traffic problems. They claimed that allowing the institute to continue would make the problem worse.
One resident, who didn't wish to be named, said: "It has caused a lot of traffic build-up near the Crown Island and there's a lot of on-street parking caused by the centre, too.
"Some of the drivers turn in people's drives, slam doors late at night and I feel quite let down that the council have given this permission."And then don’t be too surprised at more instances of this:
A muslim family who had just moved into a new home are "disgusted" after a cross wrapped in ham was set alight and left on their doorstep.Always assuming, of course, that it’s not a hoax, as so many other such incidents have proven to be in the past.
And no, that’s not to condone such an act, but merely to point out that you favour one group over another at your peril. Sooner or later, people start kicking back.