Anti-Social Behaviour Policy Consultation

Draft Anti-Social Behaviour Policy Consultation

Have your say on how the council deals with Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB)...

What is Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB)?

Anti-social behaviour might be:

  • noise that happens a lot
  • when people are yelling and being abusive to you or others
  • where property or things are damaged
  • illegal drug use
  • when dogs bark a lot

What are we consulting about?

A new ASB policy has been developed which sets out how the council will:

  • take prompt and appropriate enforcement action to address ASB
  • help victims to get the necessary support and resources
  • work with partners such as the police and health services to prevent and tackle ASB
  • identify cases that require a partnership approach and work with partners
  • empower residents and communities in managing ASB issues.

It is important to note that the council is not always the right agent to deal with some types of ASB, for example when the ASB issue is of a criminal nature the police should be called, as the council does not have the powers of investigation or enforcement. However, we will continue to work in partnership with these agents to deal with the ASB issue.

How can I find more information?

You can find more information by accessing the draft ASB Policy.

Click here for the draft ASB Policy

We would like the views from tenants, residents and stakeholders on the draft policy. Your answers and comments will be really useful in shaping the policy and responding to the wishes of residents.

How do I give my views?

Please take time to read the draft ASB Policy before completing the survey.

Complete our online questionnaire here

If you need any advice or support in completing the questionnaire or require a paper version, please email: Asb@stoke.gov.uk with your enquiry and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Alternatively, you can visit Stoke local centre or a library.

Library locations are: Bentilee Neighbourhood Centre, Hanley, Longton, Meir, Stoke and Tunstall.

The consultation will run from Monday 08 July to Sunday 18 August 2024 (11:59pm).

Consultation events

We are also holding a number of face to face consultation drop-ins around the city. You can find more information on the locations by clicking the button below.

Face to face drop in sessions across the city

Contact details

Completed surveys may be returned to:

Housing Strategic Services Team

Stoke on Trent City council

Civic Centre

Glebe Street

Stoke-on-Trent

ST4 1HH 

If you have any questions or need assistance accessing the document please contact us by emailing Asb@stoke.gov.uk or call 01782 234234.