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Anti-Social Behaviour

Whether it’s loud noise at night, aggressive behaviour or even illegal activity, we know that anti-social behaviour (ASB) can seriously harm the quality of life in our communities.

That’s why we take it extremely seriously at Stockport Homes. 

  • Resolving ASB

    We take reports of anti-social behaviour very seriously and will identify the most appropriate solutions to your problems. 

    We have a wide range of legal powers and effective tools at our disposal some of which are: 

    • Professional Mediation Services to resolve neighbour dispute
    • Community Protection Notices to deal with problems or nuisance that has a negative effect on your community
    • Noise Abatement Notices to control statutory noise pollution
    • Anti-Social Behaviour Injunctions to protect you from an individual who acts in an anti-social or threatening manner

    This also includes working in partnership with the Police, Youth Offending Services, Social Services, and local council support services to prevent and reduce ASB.

  • ASB case review

    An Anti-Social Behaviour Case Review (previously known as the Community Trigger) is a process introduced to allow members of the public to ask the Safer Stockport Partnership (which includes Stockport Council, Greater Manchester Police, Stockport Homes etc.) to review their agency response to complaints of anti-social behaviour. 

    An Anti-Social Behaviour Case Review can be used in three different circumstances and for further information about these circumstances please visit the Safer Stockport website

To report an ASB incident please complete the online form below:

ASB report form

Please enter your full name here
Please enter your full address including postcode
Please enter a contact number here
Please add your email address here (if applicable)
Please include dates, times, location, what happened and who was involved

Alternatively, you can contact us by phone on 0161 217 6016. Remember that if anyone is in immediate danger you should always call the police first on 999

For more information, please see the ASB leaflets below: 

Tackling ASB - A guide for customers


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