Anti Social Behaviour

  • 0333 32 12 200
asb

If you are experiencing Anti-Social Behaviour

Your tenancy agreement describes anti-social behaviour as any behaviour that is likely to intimidate or cause distress, alarm, nuisance and annoyance to other people or causing damage to the property.

We proactively encourage neighbours to get along with each other, building good relationships and ensuring that our neighbourhoods are peaceful places in which to live. However we recognise that sometimes tensions arise and relationships can break down, often as a result of anti-social behaviour.

We are committed to providing a safe and secure environment by providing a responsive and positive action to our tenants and others in the communities when they experience Anti-Social Behaviour. 

The list below gives examples of what would be classed as anti-social behaviour:

  • Violence or threats of violence
  • Arguing and shouting 
  • Arson
  • Criminal activities such as selling drugs, storage of stolen goods, arson and burglary
  • DIY activities at unreasonable hours
  • Domestic abuse
  • Drug, alcohol or substance misuse
  • Excessive noise from a radio or television
  • Failure to control children living in the property
  • Fighting
  • Hate Crime
  • Loud banging noises and doors slamming
  • Noise nuisance or damage caused by pets
  • Offensive behaviour including offensive drunkenness
  • Offensive graffiti
  • Playing ball games close to someone else's home
  • Playing loud music
  • Rubbish dumping and fly tipping 
  • Unwanted congregations of people or children / Rowdy behaviour
  • Vandalism to STAR Housing or other’s property including communal areas
  • Verbal abuse

How to report Anti-Social Behaviour

If you have been affected by anti-social behaviour and would like to report it, or simply have an informal chat about the options available and how we can help, please get in touch.

Alternatively you can report Anti Social Behaviour to the Shropshire Safer Stronger Communities Partnership on 

0345 678 9020

Related Documents

Anti Social Behaviour and Neighbour Dispute Incident Sheet

One number

Over the last few months we’ve been busy trying to make it even easier for you to get in touch with us.

GDPR - How this affects you

Information about you and your tenancy is recorded on our internal system. Only STAR Housing staff can access this and will only access information about you and your tenancy for relevant purposes.

Brian scoops second place for his contribution to community life

Brian Morris from Oak Gardens in Bridgnorth has scooped second place in the National Federation of ALMOs (NFA) Photography Competition 2018 for his outstanding contribution to community life.

Renovation complete as New Century Court re-opens

An important young people’s service in Oswestry is set to re-open following an extensive refurbishment project

Proud to support Family Safety Week

Accidents are the biggest killer of children and young people. Every week at least one child under-5 is killed because of an accident, with disadvantaged children most at risk.

Events

Next Board meeting Tuesday 3rd July 2018

The next meeting of the STAR Housing Board is on Tuesday 3rd July

Next Board Finance, Audit & Risk Subcommittee Meeting Monday 25th June

The next meeting of the Finance, Audit & Risk Subcommittee meeting is on Monday 25th June

Next Board Development Subcommittee Meeting Tuesday 17th July

The next meeting of the Development Subcommittee meeting is on Tuesday 17th July

Sheltered scheme drop in, Greenfields Court in Bridgnorth

From 19.06.2018 to 19.06.2018

We’ll be visiting Greenfields Court sheltered housing scheme in Bridgnorth on Tuesday 19th June 2018 as part of our series of summer events.

Clean up session with a skip, Wrekin Road in Bridgnorth

From 19.06.2018 to 19.06.2018

We’ll be on the green on Wrekin Road in Bridgnorth on Tuesday 19th June 2018 from 2pm until 4pm as part of a series of summer events.