We believe that everyone has the right to live the way they wish as long as this does not spoil the quality of life of others. This means being tolerant, accepting and respecting the needs and choices of other people.
What is antisocial behaviour?
Antisocial behaviour can be any act that causes fear, worry or distress to other people, affecting their quality of life. It can be anything from noise or repeated nuisance, to serious violence and other crimes. Watch the film below to find out more.
Our policy on antisocial behaviour
We want to make our neighbourhoods, properties and estates peaceful and secure places to live. We will do this by working with our tenants and homeowners, as well as other agencies to:
- Take action to stop antisocial behaviour of any kind
- Respond to complaints within set timescales and in an efficient, sensitive and consistent manner
- Offer support to the complainant and take action against those responsible
- Encourage and help residents to solve their differences themselves, wherever possible.
For more information, please download our ‘You and your neighbours’ information leaflet from the box opposite.
Find out about our Antisocial Behaviour Improvement Group (ASBIG).