Anti-Social Behaviour

Anti-social behaviour is any aggressive, intimidating or destructive activity that damages or destroys another person’s quality of life (Home Office).

All our residents have the right to quite enjoyment of their homes and to live in peace. Bangla has clear policies and guidelines for dealing with any type of Anti-social behaviour see our Anti-social behaviour policy & procedures.

Examples of Anti-Social Behaviour

The type of conduct that can amount to anti-social behaviour might include, amongst other things:

  • noise nuisance (for example, loud parties, shouting, banging noise from TVs, radios, Hi-fi’s, burglar alarms and dogs barking);
  • intimidation and harassment (for example behaviour that intimidates, dominates or harms, including non-physical harm to an individual or a family or group and behaviour that is targeted, deliberate and continuing);
  • local environmental quality issues (for example, litter, dog fouling, uncontrolled dogs, graffiti, vandalism, fly tipping, abandoned and untaxed vehicles, vehicle repairs, inconsiderate parking, un-kept gardens, riding, cycling and skateboarding on footpaths and communal areas);
  • aggressive and threatening language and behaviour;
  • violence against people and property;
  • hateful behaviour that targets members of identified groups because of their perceived differences (for example, race and ethnicity, gender, age, religion, cultural background, class, sexual orientation, mental health or disability); and
  • using housing accommodation for illegal or immoral purposes (for example using and supplying drugs, alcohol and solvent abuse, prostitution or gambling)

If you have any further query or to report any Anti-social behaviour please contact our office. Tel. 020 8985 1124 or email: leena@banglaha.org.uk