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Anti-social behaviour

We want everyone to live safely and securely in their own home, but this can be badly affected if you or someone in the area is causing regular anti-social behaviour.

All tenants are responsible not only for their own behaviour but also for that of all other members of their household and any visitors to their home. Put simply, nuisance or offence must not be caused to other people.

At the same time, we expect everyone to exercise tolerance – up to a point. Noisy children, occasional parties and other isolated incidents do not constitute anti-social behaviour.

Allowing nuisance or offence to be caused to others is a breach of your tenancy and in serious cases, can lead to legal action being taken which can include eviction.