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Antisocial behaviour

Antisocial behaviour (ASB) is an action which causes upset or worry to other people. Usually, ASB is when such actions happen more than once and are excessive.

We are committed to ensuring that our residents are happy in their homes. Everyone has a right to live without disturbance or worry and we expect all tenants to respect their neighbours.

ASB and neighbour disputes effect quality of life and our Neighbourhood Housing Officers are there to ensure our tenants are happy and to enforce our Antisocial Behaviour Policy. 

 

What is not ASB

All cases are different but as a guide, we do not take action against:

  • Noise from children playing or disputes between children such as bullying.
  • Domestic noise, such as hearing your neighbours moving around in their home.
  • Personal disputes.

 

Reporting ASB to us

If you would like to report ASB problems to us, you can use our contact us form to report it online or you can call us on 0800 012 1080 and speak to our Neighbourhood Housing Officers.

 

Other helpful out-of-hours services

Police: http://www.ourbobby.com contains information about what to do in your area. You can call 101, the 24 hour non-emergency line, or dial 999 if there is immediate danger or violence.

 

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Antisocial behaviour log

You should always keep a log of any antisocial incidents that take place while the information is fresh in your mind.

ASB incident log.pdf [pdf] 636KB