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Poor housing is linked to poor health and reduces people’s life chances."

Linda Selvey Project Manager

Nottingham's New ASB guide for Landlords

Antisocial behaviour (ASB) is defined as actions that harm, or lack consideration for the well-being of otherswhich can include, but is not limited to:

  • Excessive noise,

  • Fly-tipping,

  • Graffiti, and

  • The build up of refuse.

Antisocial behaviour is a problem that influences everyone in the community and can reduce demand for property in the area as well as rental values, so it is in your best interests as a landlord to tackle any ASB that may arise in your property. Nottingham City Council has produced this handy guide which highlights:

  • The Nature of ASB in Housing

  • Reporting Anti-social Behaviour

  • Landlord Good Practice

  • Reasonable Steps to Combat and Reduce ASB

  • ASB and Large Scale Parties

  • Enforcement Options, and

  • Landlord’s ASB action plans

A very useful guide produced by Nottingham City Council can be downloaded by clicking on the link below:

  Antisocial Behaviour Guide

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