Anti-social behaviour

We take anti-social behaviour in our homes and communities seriously.

Anti-social behaviour includes a wide range of unacceptable behaviour that affects the quality of life for tenants or other people living in our areas.

What is anti-social behaviour?

  • serious assault
  • serious harassment
  • hate crime – based on race, sexual orientation, gender, disability or belief
  • aggressive or abusive behaviour
  • drug-related activity
  • noise nuisance/disturbance
  • neighbour disputes
  • verbal/written harassment
  • vandalism
  • serious damage to property
  • non-accidental fires
  • graffiti
  • dog fouling in public places
  • fly-tipping.

What is not anti-social behaviour?

  • parking issues
  • boundary issues
  • cooking smells
  • dogs barking and issues with pets
  • untidy gardens.

How do I report anti-social behaviour?

You should report any incident about you, or a member of your household, to your housing officer. They'll record it, investigate it and take action according to our anti-social behaviour policy.

You can report it through your My Wheatley Homes Glasgow account or by using our online form. Don't have a My Wheatley Homes Glasgow account yet? Sign up today. It's safe and secure, and it only takes a few minutes.

If you have a serious or urgent problem about Wheatley Homes Glasgow tenants: