Anti-social behaviour is anything that causes fear, harm, alarm or distress to one or more people not of the same household. This means behaviour which impacts negatively on a resident’s or visitor’s quality of life in and around their home.

It can be caused by anyone who acts in a manner which may cause alarm, distress or harassment to someone else. Our tenants should act in a reasonable manner at all times and have respect for their property, their surroundings and their neighbours. Tenants are also responsible for the actions of their family, others who live with them, their visitors and the behaviour or noise of their pets.

 Examples of anti-social behaviour can include:

  • abandoned vehicles
  • rubbish
  • vandalism
  • graffiti
  • noisy neighbours, late night parties or
  • loud music
  • drug dealing or drug related behaviour
  • noise from and behaviour of pets