Anti-Social Behaviour

Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) is defined as conduct that has caused, is likely to cause or is capable of causing harassment, alarm or distress, in particular in relation to their occupation of residential premises.

The following may be used as examples of what we may class as ASB:

  • Vandalism
  • Criminal activity
  • Violence or threatened violence
  • Taking drugs or drinking alcohol in areas of the building that you share
  • Drunken or disorderly behaviour
  • Aggravated noise (noise which is persistent, deliberate or targeted and not caused by reasonable everyday activity)
  • Out of control animals
  • Graffiti
  • Abusing our staff or contractors
  • Discrimination or harassment

Behaviour that results from different lifestyles or would not be considered unreasonable by most people is not ASB. Examples of activities that cannot be considered as ASB include:

  • A crying baby
  • Strong cooking smells
  • Children playing
  • Normal domestic noise like doors banging, or washing-machines and vacuum cleaners
  • Personal dislikes/arguments on non-housing matters

View our anti-social policy here, which also contains information on keeping pets.

If you would like to contact us to report ASB you can do so by completing the form below, then one of our team will call you to gather more details and begin an investigation.

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