Reporting anti-social behaviour

Anti-social behaviour can be anything ‘capable of causing a nuisance or annoyance’. It includes serious acts of violence or harassment, and more ‘everyday’ disturbances like noisy pets, loud music or gardens that are full of rubbish. Here are some examples:

  • Excessive shouting, banging or loud music, especially in the evening or at night
  • Persistent dog barking
  • Threatening behaviour
  • Rowdy, aggressive or threatening behaviour and language
  • Intimidation, harassment or threats towards others
  • Domestic abuse
  • Hate behaviour / racial harassmentIllegal activities
  • Criminal activity that affects the community, such as drug dealing
  • Using a ForLiving property for illegal purposes such as handling stolen goods
  • Environmental nuisance
  • Litter, graffiti or dumping of rubbish
  • Problems caused by animals such as uncontrolled behaviour or fouling
  • Abandoned cars and other vehicle nuisance

Whatever is causing you concern, we will take the issues seriously and act quickly to help.