Anti-Social Behaviour

Anti-social behaviour

Anti-social behaviour is defined as ‘Acting in a manner that caused or was likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to one or more persons not of the same household’. EHSL takes anti-social behaviour seriously and works with tenants, neighbours, local authorities, police, support providers and other parties to ensure that it is appropriately managed.


The following non-exclusive list includes a number of examples of anti-social behaviour.

    • Verbal or Physical abuse
    • Vandalism
    • Fly tipping
    • Threatening or intimidating behaviour
    • Litter and rubbish dumping
    • Loitering
    • Pets Nuisance including fouling in public places
    • Hate related incidents including racial, sexual and other harassment
    • Begging and vagrancy
    • Firework misuse
    • Noise Nuisance
    • Harassment
    • Drug dealing/taking
    • Alcohol related incidents
    • Domestic Abuse
    • Prostitution and related activities

If you wish to report anti-social behaviour to us, please call 0300 200 4100, or complete the form below. If you have reason to believe that you are in immediate danger, please call the police.

Make a report of anti-social behaviour