Neighbour Disputes, Anti-Social Behaviour and Harassment
CHS is committed to helping residents enjoy peace and security in their home. Nuisance and anti-social behaviour is behaviour likely to cause alarm or distress to any reasonable person. CHS acts quickly to help prevent disputes and tackle such behaviour.
If a neighbour is causing a nuisance and you cannot sort it out by talking to them, you can contact your Housing Officer. We will listen to you and explain how we can help. We may advise you about other ways of dealing with the problem such as contacting an environmental health officer, the police or the mediation services. We will consider legal action, if it is appropriate.
We have a Service Standard on Anti-Social Behaviour & Harassment avaiilable to view on our key policies page
You can report antisocial behaviour online. Either create a new case, or update an existing case using a diary sheet
For guidance on reporting antisocial behaviour - please click here
More information can be obtained by clicking here for Section 8 of the Tenancy Handbook
Harassment is an acute form of anti-social behaviour as it is targetted against a specific person. We will arrange to visit you within 24 hours if you report harassment to us, and agree an action plan with you.
CHS investigates and takes action to stop harassment committed by residents, members of their household or visitors.
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