You can be a good neighbour by:
"Being quiet and considerate to others, saying hello and asking how you are"
- Our resident Susan in Gloucester
Anti-social behaviour comes in many forms, it includes a wide range of unacceptable behaviour from everyday incidents such as noise nuisance to serious criminal acts. The types of behaviour that Elim considers anti-social include (but are not limited to):
What to do if your neighbour isn't a good neighbour:
We have high expectations of all of our residents and will deal quickly and firmly with any issues, but we don’t get involved in ‘tit for tat’ arguments. We want you to get on with your neighbours and if needs be, make an effort to sort out any differences you may have with them – a calm and reasonable chat will often help sort things out – without the need to get others involved.
However, if you have tried this or you do not feel able to, please get in contact with your Housing Officer or a member of the Customer Service Team on 01454 411172.
Our service will give you honest advice about what we can and can't do to put a stop to such behaviour.
You should tell us immediately if you or your neighbour are suffering from any anti-social behaviour.
You can also report incidents by phone, in person by talking to your Housing Officer, or by filling in the websites contact form.