We want you, your family and your neighbours to enjoy living in your home and community.
We take reports of antisocial behaviour (ASB) very seriously and will take the necessary steps to protect our residents. This can mean working in partnership with other agencies to resolve cases of antisocial behaviour, including Environmental Health, Council ASB units, local councillors, community groups and the police.
If you are concerned for the safety of yourself or others, then always call the Police on 999.
Sanctuary Housing has recently signed up to Respect – the Anti-Social Behaviour charter for housing which is designed to help housing associations prevent and effectively tackle antisocial behaviour (ASB).
We are committed to tackling ASB and make improvements to our services, following any feedback from residents, to ensure our communities are places our residents are proud to call home.
Joining the Respect Charter allows us to review how we currently work and share best practice, and learn from, other housing associations, to ensure we can provide the best support to our residents that we can.
For more information about the Respect Charter, please visit the Chartered Institute of Housing's Respect Charter page.