Ascham Homes’ takes anti-social
behaviour very seriously. The process that we follow and any
actions we take against tenants proved to be involved in
anti-social behaviour are set out in our Anti-Social Behaviour
One of our main objectives is to provide a ‘safe and pleasant
environment for our residents’. We recognise the importance and
effects of anti-social behaviour on the lives of tenants and
leaseholders and the communities in which they live.
The Anti-social behaviour Act 2003 defines anti-social behaviour
as “any behaviour that causes alarm or distress or is likely to
cause alarm or distress”. This can include Hate Crime, neighbour
disputes, nuisance, criminal damage, graffiti, noise nuisance plus
If you have reported an anti-social behaviour complaint, it is
important that you keep your Neighbourhood Services Officer
updated, your officer should speak with you on a four weekly basis.
Make sure you keep a diary of incidents. If you feel threatened or
have been threatened contact the Police on 999.
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