Anti-social behaviour

Origin Housing aims to provide a high quality of life for all our tenants which is why we tackle anti-social behaviour promptly and fairly.

Anti-social behaviour is anything that interferes with other tenants' rights to a quiet enjoyment of their home or the harmony of the community. While we prefer to avoid legal action, we are prepared to go down this route if anti-social behaviour continues and is proven by considerable evidence.

Other remedies we have in place to prevent and repair the damage caused by anti-social behaviour include:

  • Promoting the Origin Housing policy
  • Publicising the availability of play/youth facilities
  • Tenant induction sessions
  • Mediation
  • Floating support
  • Origin Housing
  • Request to local police for extra patrols
  • Tenant association/estate events to facilitate contact between different community groups
  • Liaison with other services such as council social services and health departments
  • Minor repairs - erecting fences/repairing locks
  • Security initiatives
  • Develop and support local youth initiatives such as summer play schemes
  • Where appropriate Origin Housing will consider the use of professional witnesses.
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Origin Housing Limited is registered in England & Wales as an exempt charity under the Industrial & Provident Societies Act 1965 (Registered No. 10008R) and with the Homes & Communities Agency (Registered No. L0871). Registered office: St Richard’s House, 110 Eversholt Street, London NW1 1BS.

Origin Housing 2 Limited is registered in England & Wales as an exempt charity under the Industrial & Provident Societies Act 1965 (Registered No. 31985R) and with the Homes & Communities Agency (Registered No. 4766). Registered office: St Richard’s House, 110 Eversholt Street, London NW1 1BS.