Anti-Social Behaviour

What is anti-social behaviour, and how do we respond?

It can make people scared to go out or afraid when they are in their own home.


Anti-social behaviour comes in many forms and can cause a nuisance to other occupiers and neighbouring residents.

Examples include:

  • People making too much noise
  • Someone calling people bad names
  • Picking on people
  • Leaving rubbish lying around
  • Writing on walls
  • Groups of people hanging round streets or parks
  • Damaging houses, cars or gardens
We will NOT tolerate anti-social behaviour in our houses and we will take steps to evict those responsible.

How do I report anti-social behaviour?


You do not have to put up with anti-social behaviour, there are people who can help you. 

If you are experiencing problems with anti-social behaviour in your home, or have any concerns about it, tell a member of staff or contact us on 01622 682 535. See our Contact page for more ways to contact us.

If you have any community safety issues, you should contact Maidstone Borough Council or call the non-emergency Police number, 101. In an emergency, call 999.