Anti-Social Behaviour

We want all our tenants and their families to enjoy living in their home and in neighbourhoods that are pleasant places to live. Unfortunately, sometimes people are not good neighbours.

ASB stands for ‘Anti-Social Behaviour’ and covers a range of actions that may cause distress, fear or upset other people.

The Government describe ASB as:

‘Any aggressive, intimidating or destructive activity that damages or destroys another person’s quality of life.’

This may include:

  • Noise nuisance – loud music, banging of doors or shouting.
  • Pets – Dogs barking or pets fouling.
  • Swearing or other offensive language. Threatening, intimidating or violent behaviour.
  • Racial or other forms of harassment, ie. homophobia and domestic violence.
  • Vandalism, graffiti or damage.
  • Drug dealing.


Anti-Social Behaviour Policy

In this section

How to report Anti-Social Behaviour

In the first instance talk to your Neighbourhood Officer or phone us on 01274 77 11 44

If you think you might be in danger, don’t call us first call the police on 0845 606 0606 or dial 999!

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