Anti-Social Behaviour - Council Tenants

Anti-Social Behaviour - Council Tenants

This page contains information on what to do if you are affected by anti-social behaviour.

Definition of Anti-Social Behaviour

In the simplest terms, anti-social behaviour (ASB) is anything that interferes with the peace, comfort and convenience of other people.

Your Responsibilities

You are responsible for your own behaviour and that of anyone who lives with you or visits you.

Examples of Common Anti-Social Behaviour

Here are some examples of the most common anti-social behaviour problems reported to us:

  • Displaying threatening behaviour, verbal or racial abuse

  • Playing loud music

  • Shouting and slamming doors

  • Making excessive noise in communal areas or outside

  • Offensive drunkenness

  • Dealing, abusing or cultivating illegal substances

  • Dogs barking and fouling

  • Rubbish dumping

  • Damage or threats of damage to property belonging to another person

  • Writing threatening, abusive or insulating graffiti

  • Criminal activity within properties

Report Anti-Social Behaviour

You can report or discuss anti-social behaviour issues by talking to your Housing Officer by contacting us on 0115 917 7777.  Alternatively you can download and complete the ASB Initial Complaint Form and send it to

Please note that the Housing Department only deals with anti-social behaviour reports where one or both parties are a tenant of Broxtowe Borough Council.  Please contact the Communities team's Anti-Social Behaviour Officer for all other reports.

tel: 0115 917 3492
tel: 0115 917 7777