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What issues are not considered anti-social behaviour (ASB)?

We encourage all residents to respect each other’s lifestyles and be mindful how their lifestyle may affect others. Sometimes, these lifestyles can clash but are not considered anti-social behaviour. Examples include:

  • Minor disagreements between neighbours
  • Noise from everyday living, such as babies crying, children playing, one-off parties, white goods or noise caused by pets
  • Lifestyle differences, such as cooking odours, minor or irregular car repairs, putting rubbish out on the wrong day or reasonable noise occurring at unusual times because of different working patterns.

We will not generally consider these to be ASB. Sometimes we may consider it appropriate to remind residents of their responsibilities.

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