Is anti-social behaviour ruining your life? Feel like no one's listening to you? Are you scared and not sure what to do? Are you determined to get results? Don't suffer in silence. Act now!

Are you suffering with noisy neighbours? Are people making your life a nightmare because of their behaviour? Are you unsure where to turn? Or have you reported it and no one seems to be listening?

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Click here to work through our Interactive Guide to help you report anti-social behaviour to the right agency in the right way.

ASB Help's Latest News

  • What would the abolition of Section 21 mean for private landlords and victims of ASB?

    Often, local communities hold landlords responsible for the anti-social behaviour that takes place in their properties. The National Landlords Association says that in a survey of over 4,000 landlords, 14% reported tenants engaging in anti-social behaviours such as noise, drugs and prostitution over the last 12 months. Currently, Section 21 can be used by landlords in ...

  • Rising Voices in Parliament

    What was an occasional question about anti-social behaviour is becoming something of a groundswell of voices as more and more MPs express their concerns. Just in the past week or so debates and questions keep on coming and start to bring into the forefront some of the underlying failings. These are: the impact of cuts to ...

Your Stories

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"We have approached them many times to try to resolve our issues, but it usually reverts to its original form. Recently we told them we have had enough and that unless it stops,  we will approach the authorities."

"If you do report it to Environmental Health/Police do not expect things to happen quickly. Expect to be in it for the 'long haul'"

"Do not underestimate the subtle effect this awful behaviour can have on you.  Be prepared to be brushed off by agencies ... be prepared for them to doubt you."

The residents have been told that because the group are all about 10 years old their hands are tied.

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About us

ASB Help is a registered charity in England and Wales set up to provide advice and support to victims of anti-social behaviour. Dedicated to the memory of Fiona Pilkington who in 2007 killed herself and her 18 year old disabled daughter Francecca after agencies failed to investigate her complaints to them about harassment, ASB Help believes there is still a clear need for coordinated information and advice that is readily accessible to those who need it.