Talk to us in confidence about anti-social behaviour (ASB)

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Residents on Churchill Gardens estate have said they want to be able to talk to us in person about ASB. That’s why we’re holding a surgery on 9 December, where members of our housing team and the police will be available to speak to Churchill Gardens residents in complete confidence. The event is open to all tenants and leaseholders on the estate.

Date: Monday 9 December 2019
Time: 5pm – 6pm
Venue: Churchill Residents Hall, London, SW1V 3AL

What is ASB?

ASB is unacceptable activity that causes harm to an individual or to their community.

It also includes public disorder or public nuisance, a fear of crime taking place or concern for public safety. In 2019, our top three most reported ASB issues on our estates so far have been noise, drug misuse and verbal abuse.

Whilst our ASB team will investigate every report they receive, some issues will be difficult to take further if we are unable to identify the person(s) responsible so we need as much information as possible when a ASB report is made.

ASB issues to report can include:

  • Alcohol related
  • Criminal behaviour/crime
  • Hate related incidents
  • Misuse of communal areas/public space or loitering
  • Physical violence
  • Prostitution/sexual acts/kerb crawling
  • Vandalism and damage to property
  • Verbal abuse/harassment/intimidation/threatening behaviour.

Can’t make it or want to discuss an issue on another estate? You can report ASB to us anytime online, by telephone 0800 358 3783 or email housing.enquiries@westminster.gov.uk

If you have a noise complaint, you can contact the noise team department on 020 7641 2000. The noise team are available 24 hours a day, and more details of the team can be found on their website (opens new window).

If you witness an incident taking place or you suspect criminal behaviour, please ensure you remain out of harm’s way. Do not approach any individuals and, if safe to do so, proceed with phoning the 24 Hour non-emergency police line on 101, or in all cases of emergencies, where a crime is taking place please dial 999. You can now also report anti-social behaviour online with the police (opens new window).