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Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) is defined as ‘behaviour by a person which causes, or is likely to cause, harassment, alarm or distress to one or more persons not of the same household as the person.’
There are three main categories for ASB, depending on how many people are affected:
Examples of ASB include:
Your tenancy agreement means you must:
If you believe you are experiencing ASB and you’ve already tried speaking to the people involved, please get in touch with us. We’ll tell you about other ways to help the situation, such arranging mediation between you and your neighbour. You can also contact your local authority’s Environmental Health Officer, who will ask you to take notes and keep a diary of all incidents.
Please read our ASB policy for more information.
Diaries are a useful tool for you to write down details of anti-social behaviour incidents, this is because the information can be used by us to help resolve the problem.
If you would like to report ASB directly to us, please use your My Rosebery account. All messages through My Rosebery are saved on your account, this is useful for future reference and record keeping.