Our teams are committed to tackling both the cause and effect of anti-social behaviour and work along with other agencies such as the police and the local authority to give you the best service.
You can expect a quick response from us and a service that involves a mixture of prevention, enforcement and support for our tenants and the local community.
What is anti-social behaviour?
Violence, threat of violence, harassment or discrimination directed to a person/persons because of their colour or ethnic background
Harassment on the grounds of gender, religion, sexual orientation, HIV/AIDS, mental health, disability, age, etc. The Protection from Harassment Act 1997 states that at least 2 acts of harassment need to occur to form an offence within the meaning of the act.
Loud music, television/radio, DIY, shouting, dogs barking, etc.
Broken windows, damage to property and/or communal areas
Alleged illegal activity
Storing stolen goods, theft, drug offences, burglary, prostitution, joy riding, etc.
Physical, mental, sexual or financial violence/threat of violence that takes place within the home environment
Dangerous animals, noisy animals or fouling by dogs/cats
Untaxed vehicles and/or vehicles in a dangerous condition
Gardens, communal areas, overgrown patches and litter
Boundary disputes and access problems
Fencing, hedging and 'right of way' issues
Trespassing, bad behaviour and ball games nuisance
Unauthorised use of premises, parking problems, etc.
We’re obviously still busy behind the scenes amalgamating the services we provide.
Until then, it depends upon where you live. But please remember whether you live in the north or live in the south, we’re always here.
Lincolnshire Housing Partnership Limited registered as a charitable Community Benefit Society under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 with registered number: 7748. Data Protection registration number: ZA345449 Registered Office: Westgate Park, Charlton Street, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, DN31 1SQ