Anti Social Behaviour

Antisocial Behaviour can take many forms. ASB can be any unlawful behaviour or any action which causes disturbance, alarm or distress. Read more below to find out more about ASB and what can be done.

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Antisocial Behaviour can take many forms. These may include nuisance caused by animals; dumping of rubbish; business use that causes disturbance; inappropriate use of communal areas. It can also include noise, domestic abuse, aggression, harassment and hate crime, threatening or unlawful behaviour or any action that causes disturbance, alarm or distress. We have used both terms ‘anti-social behaviour’ (ASB) and ‘nuisance’ here – these terms are commonly used for any of these actions.

We want our estates to be safe and secure places to live and will neither tolerate nor condone antisocial behaviour. You can help by being considerate to those around you. All residents are responsible for the behaviour of household members and their visitors.

This section covers the range of behaviour and actions that may be defined as anti-social behaviour or nuisance. It suggests ways that you can prevent or resolve them as well as actions that we might take.

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