Safer Estates and Anti-social behaviour
Anti-Social Behaviour - your responsibilities
We may take legal action to evict you if you behave in an antisocial manner.
You must act reasonably and responsibly. Anti-social behaviour is something that is likely to cause danger, nuisance, or interfere with the peace or comfort of others, for example:
- playing loud music
- banging or slamming doors and windows
- damaging property
- abusing drugs or alcohol
- playing ball games close to properties
- skateboarding or cycling on footpaths or balconies
- dumping rubbish
- feeding pigeons
- allowing criminal activity in properties
- spraying graffiti
- throwing things out of windows
- committing domestic violence
- allowing your pets to behave badly
- breaking shared security, for example by allowing strangers to get into the building
- neglecting your children
- shouting or swearing
- having noisy parties
- allowing loud noise from TVs, radios and stereos
- discriminating against anyone because of their colour, beliefs, age, race, sex or disability,
- harassing neighbours, their children, visitors, our staff or others.
Harassment includes threatening violence, using abusive words and behaviour and damaging another person's property.
You are also responsible for the actions of your family, other people who live with you and your visitors. You must not allow visitors to be a nuisance or to annoy others in or near to your home.
You must not allow your home to be used for an illegal or immoral purpose, such as prostitution, dealing in pornography or drugs.
You must not store motorcycles and flammable materials in storage sheds.
You must not threaten, abuse or harm our staff or anyone else acting for us.