At Rosehill we are fully committed to tackling Anti-Social Behaviour and helping to bring about the earliest possible resolution to issues that are brought to our attention.
What is anti-social behaviour?
Anti-social behaviour comes in lots of forms. It can range from everyday incidents such as noise nuisance to serious criminal acts. Behaviour is classed as anti-social when it happens more than once. The types of behaviour we consider anti-social include (but not limited to):
- Intimidation and harassment
- Domestic abuse
- Violence or threats of violence
- Rowdy behaviour and drunkenness
- Pet nuisance i.e. uncontrolled animals
- Dealing or taking drugs
- Damage to property
- Dumping rubbish (fly tipping)
- Noise nuisance: e.g. loud music
What isn’t anti-social behaviour?
- Babies crying
- Cooking odours
- One off parties/BBQ where there’s no evidence problems will occur
- Normal behaviour occurring at unusual times because of different working patterns provided the resident is attempting to keep disturbance to a minimum
- Clash of lifestyles including cultural differences
- Children playing
- Noise transference due to poor sound insulation
- Parking issues
Resolving issues of anti-social behaviour
When you experience problems with your neighbour, it is always best to speak to them in the first instance as they may not be aware that they are causing you an issue.
If the issues can't be resolved this way the Housing Management Staff will deal with any complaints in the first instance. We work in partnership with Glasgow City Council's Community Safety Team. Any incidents of serious anti-social behaviour will be referred to them for assistance.
If you feel you are experiencing problems of anti-social behaviour please speak to the Housing Management Team in the first instance.