Anti-Social Behaviour

The Government’s Social Housing White Paper – A Charter for Social Housing Residents set out a commitment to make it easier for tenants and residents to find out what the main roles undertaken by different agencies are in tackling anti-social behaviour.

The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) have published guidance for which clarifies the roles and powers of the main agencies – social landlords, local authorities and police – responsible for tackling anti-social behaviour.

The guide and information produced is designed to enable tenants and residents to find the right help when they need it more easily and can be accessed here – Help for social housing tenants when faced with anti-social behaviour.