Antisocial behaviour


Recent statements in this category are shown below:

  • Leeds City Council (16 017 035)

    Statement Not upheld Antisocial behaviour 19-Jun-2017

    Summary: There was no fault in the way the Council investigated Mr X's complaint about his neighbour lighting fires. There was minor fault in the way the Council responded to Mr X's contacts with contact centre staff. There was no significant injustice to Mr X from this fault.

  • Wiltshire Council (16 014 115)

    Statement Not upheld Antisocial behaviour 16-Jun-2017

    Summary: There are no grounds to criticise the way the Council responded to anti-social behaviour issues Ms T reported in relation to an alleyway next to her property.

  • North East Lincolnshire Council (17 002 830)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Antisocial behaviour 16-Jun-2017

    Summary: Mr X complains about the Council's investigation into his former neighbour's anti-social behaviour. Mr X volunteered to speak to the Council as part of the investigation. The Ombudsman will not investigate this complaint as it is unlikely we would find fault and the court is best placed to consider it further.

  • London Borough of Havering (17 002 759)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Antisocial behaviour 12-Jun-2017

    Summary: The Ombudsman will not investigate this complaint about the Council's enforcement action. This is because there is insufficient evidence of fault by the Council.

  • Reading Borough Council (16 018 931)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Antisocial behaviour 09-Jun-2017

    Summary: Mr X complained about the Council's failure to prosecute his neighbour for breaching a noise abatement notice. The Ombudsman will not investigate this complaint. There is insufficient evidence of fault on the Council's part which has caused injustice to Mr X.

  • Sevenoaks District Council (17 001 355)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Antisocial behaviour 06-Jun-2017

    Summary: Mr X complained about the Council's officers telling him to moderate noise which he was making in his garden. The Ombudsman will not investigate this complaint. There is insufficient evidence of injustice caused by any fault on the Council's part which would warrant an investigation of his complaint.

  • Arun District Council (16 015 419)

    Statement Upheld Antisocial behaviour 05-Jun-2017

    Summary: the Council accepts there was some fault in the way it carried out an anti-social behaviour investigation. It has apologised to Mr X and reviewed its ASB procedure. I consider that is a sufficient remedy.

  • Dacorum Borough Council (17 001 801)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Antisocial behaviour 02-Jun-2017

    Summary: The Ombudsman cannot investigate this complaint about problems the complainant had with her neighbours. This is because the neighbours are Council tenants and the Ombudsman has no power to investigate a council when it is acting as a landlord.

  • Royal Borough of Greenwich (17 001 759)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Antisocial behaviour 02-Jun-2017

    Summary: The Ombudsman will not investigate this complaint about the way the Council has responded to complaints about pigeons. This is because the Ombudsman has already considered the complaint in 2014 and because the complainant has not made any recent complaints to the Council about pigeons.

  • Southampton City Council (16 011 175)

    Statement Not upheld Antisocial behaviour 30-May-2017

    Summary: There is no fault in how the Council dealt with Mr B's reports of antisocial behaviour and noise nuisance. However, it has acknowledged that it could have communicated better with Mr B and I have asked the Council to review how it words complaint responses.

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