Anti Social Behaviour (ASB) policy

Under the Anti Social Behaviour Act 2003 all Councils and housing associations are required to publish their policies and procedures which detail the measures that will be used to prevent and tackle Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) in relation to Council and housing association tenancies.

We are committed to improving the quality of life in the Borough by reducing crime, the fear of crime and ASB and we believe that there are some clear links with housing and housing related issues.

Furthermore, one of the Council’s priorities is to ensure that all residents of the Borough enjoy their rights to a living environment where they are not subject to ASB in any form and to ensure that all complaints of ASB are dealt with as quickly and effectively as possible.

Who to contact:

If you are experiencing ASB and you believe it is serious enough to seek our advice and assistance please contact a member of our Housing Services Team, or contact your Housing Management Officer. You may also wish to contact the Police on 101 (non emergency number).

You can also  Report Anti Social Behaviour electronically here