Antisocial behaviour is anything that causes or is likely to cause you to feel alarmed, distressed, intimidated or harassed. Any information you give us is confidential unless we are legally required to report it.
We have specialists who give support based on the needs of the people involved.
We always try to:
We will only evict a tenant after trying everything else first.
If the person behaving in an antisocial way is not a tenant, we will do whatever we can to protect our tenants. If the person is a tenant, we will do whatever we can to protect private-rented tenants or homeowners.
In most cases we need you to tell us what has happened. We then investigate and gather evidence to support or disprove a claim.
We deal with all claims confidentially and as a priority.
To report antisocial behaviour, you can:
If you need urgent support or are in an emergency, you can call the police on 999 or 101. You can also register with emergencySMS so you can send text messages to the police.
If someone makes an antisocial behaviour complaint that is false or malicious, we may consider the complaint to be antisocial behaviour.
Antisocial behaviour is anything that causes or is likely to cause you to feel alarmed, distressed, intimidated or harassed. It includes:
It also includes disturbances from things like: