Report an Issue or Make a Request
REPORT ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR
What is Anti-social behaviour (ASB)?Anti-social behaviour (ASB) is behaviour that causes or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to one or more people. What are examples of ASB?ASB are things like noise nuisance, intimidation, drug dealing. What can I do?If you believe that anyone is in danger, please call 999 immediately. If not, please report the ASB using our form which can be found under the 'Tell us now' button at the end of the page.
END YOUR TENANCY
Things to considerYou need to give four weeks notice to end your tenancy.You need to pay any money you owe us before you leave.And before you leave the home you need to:Take gas and electricity meter readingsRepair any damage to the propertyRedirect any post or correspondence via Royal MailClean, tidy and clear the property, including gardens, sheds, garages or balconies as part of the homeRemove all belongings including carpets, cookers and rubbishTurn off power supply, including the heatingClose and secure all windows and doors