Being a good neighbour

You are responsible for your behaviour at all times - in your home and your neighbourhood. You are also responsible for the behaviour of your family, other people living in your home and anyone visiting your home. You are breaking your tenancy conditions if you create a nuisance to your neighbours, or other people living in your neighbourhood.

Problems caused by nuisance and disputes are often called ‘anti social behaviour’. We aim to prevent anti social behaviour and we rely on you to help us. We ask you not to cause any kind of nuisance to others and to let us know if someone in your neighbourhood is causing a nuisance. We will respond to all complaints within 5 working days and we will respond to emergencies on the same day.

For more information on how you can be a good neighbour, you can watch our video.

Watch our video on your tenancy and how to be a good neighbour featuring Des Coleman