Anti-Social Behaviour

Certain behaviours are unacceptable in our homes and neighbourhoods

Our dedicated housing officers work in conjunction with the police to prevent and stop anti-social behaviour in our communities.


Nuisance and anti-social behaviour (ASB) is any behaviour, which causes, or is likely to cause fear, alarm and distress.

Most neighbours live happily and show tolerance to others; however, disputes do occasionally arise because of various reasons. If you are experiencing ASB or harassment; report it. If you don’t, then York Housing can’t do anything to resolve the problem.

How to report anti-social behaviour

  • In person to a housing officer 

  • By calling us or completing the contact form on the website and ask to speak to your housing officer

  • Via your Local Authority Community Safety Team or Local Authority Anti-Social Behaviour Coordinator.

If you need help, get in touch with your housing officer

Call 01904 636061

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"They would have to buy a magic wand and wave it around to make things any better. I just can't fault the service I receive. I am a very satisfied resident."

Mr A from York

York Housing Association
2 Alpha Court
Monks Cross Drive
YO32 9WN


Phone: 01904 636061

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York Housing Association Ltd is a Registered Society under the Cooperative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 and registered with the Financial Conduct Authority No. 16826. York Housing Association is an exempt charity and registered with the Regulator of Social Housing No. L1019