Antisocial behaviour

Antisocial behaviour is behaviour which causes alarm or distress.

This may include:

  • abuse
  • threats or use of violence
  • disturbance such as arguing, fighting, shouting, playing loud music or noisy partiesĀ 
  • damage to property
  • drug dealing. Reports of drug dealing are passed to Police Scotland, as well asĀ  Community Housing Teams if council tenants are involved.

If you are alarmed or distressed by the behaviour of a neighbour, or someone in your community, contact us using our enquiries form.

If you are a tenant of a registered social landlord you should report antisocial behaviour directly to your landlord.