Tell us what you think about our draft Anti-social behaviour policy
26 October 2020
We're conducting a consultation on our draft Anti-social Behaviour Policy and would like to give you the opportunity to comment on it. We believe living in a good home is about more than just your building, it’s also about the community you live in and your neighbours. So, we’ve reviewed and made changes to our Anti-social behaviour policy and want to make sure you find it easy to read and understand. If you'd like to take part in the consultation, please read our draft Anti-social Behaviour Policy and then complete our short survey about it by 5pm Wednesday 18 November 2020.
What is the Anti-social Behaviour Policy?
Our draft policy sets out how we manage anti-social behaviour and applies to anyone living in or visiting a property owned by us and includes all rented tenants, shared owners, leaseholders and stakeholders. Anti-social behaviour can include harassment, domestic violence and animal fouling in communal areas. To find out more on what is and is not anti-social behaviour, check out our new anti-social behaviour toolkit.
We are is committed to taking effective, appropriate, and proportionate action to tackle anti-social behaviour, using a full range of interventions, including the use of the legal framework.
Why you should take part in the consultation
This autumn, we worked with our involved residents to review our anti-social behaviour policy. We've updated and made changes to the policy to ensure it is clear what Network Homes’ responsibilities and residents’ responsibilities are when it comes to resolving anti-social behaviour. Before we finalise the policy, we would like you to have the opportunity to read it and let us know your thoughts about it. We will use your feedback to make any required changes before we complete and publish the policy.
To take part in this review, please ensure you read the draft Anti-social behaviour policy and complete our short online survey about it by 5pm on Wednesday 18 November. The survey takes about two minutes to complete and is anonymous so we will not ask you any personal questions which would identify you. If you would like to know more about the Anti-social behaviour policy and the review, please contact Elizabeth Lill, Service quality Manager at Network Homes, at Elizabeth.firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ll publish the results of the consultation on our website with the final Anti-social Behaviour policy.