Anti-social behaviour

We define anti-social behaviour as 'behaviour that causes harassment, alarm, distress or damage to property to one or more people not of the same household'.

Examples of anti-social behaviour include:

  • noise nuisance;
  • verbal abuse, harassment, intimidation or threatening behaviour;
  • hate related incidents based on race, sexual orientation or religion;
  • neighbour disputes;
  • pets and animal nuisance, including the fouling of public areas;
  • alcohol, drugs, substance abuse and drug dealing;
  • domestic violence;
  • physical violence;
  • graffiti and vandalism;
  • litter, rubbish and fly tipping;
  • garden nuisance;
  • misuse of communal areas and public space, for example loitering;
  • prostitution, sexual acts and kerb crawling and
  • other criminal behaviour or crime not described above.

Report anti-social behaviour by:

  • Calling us on 020 8709 4300 or visiting the office.
  • Contacting the Police on 101. If you are in fear of your life or require immediate assistance, dial 999.

Anti-Social Behaviour