Anti-social behaviour - council tenants

Under the terms of the tenancy agreement, all council tenants have a responsibility not to cause harassment, alarm or distress to others.

If you live in a council property and experience problems with anti-social behaviour, we may be able to help. 

Anti-social behaviour which can disrupt and detract from the quality of life of neighbours includes:

  • persistent loud music or noise
  • vandalism and graffiti
  • intimidating and threatening behaviour
  • abandoned cars
  • drunken or rowdy behaviour

Remember, if you've been threatened or assaulted, you must report the incident to the police immediately.

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