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Anti-social behaviour toolkit


Not sure what is considered anti-social behaviour (ASB) or how to report incidents? Find out here with our helpful toolkit.

Please use the information on this page to help identify and manage ASB incidents. It outlines what is and what is not ASB, and the helpful steps you can take.

We want everyone to enjoy living in their home and we ask our tenants to be considerate and tolerant towards their neighbours. In the first instance, please do speak to your neighbour as they may not realise the impact they are having on you and the enjoyment of your home. It is also good to notify your neighbour when you may create some noise, eg when you are carrying out DIY that will result in some continual noise until the job is complete.

If you do not feel comfortable approaching your neighbour, or you have tried and the situation has not improved, then please contact the Tenancy team:

On our Community safety page, find out how the Council works with other organisations to improve community safety across the borough. Also find out:

  • how to report safeguarding concerns
  • how to report anti-social behaviour that is not related to council homes
  • more information about ASB Case Reviews
Last modified on 05 July 2024

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