Tackling anti-social behaviour

Sheffield Homes Anti-social team
Sheffield Homes Anti-social team

Sheffield Homes are committed to working with tenants and residents to prevent anti-social behaviour. We believe people should be able to enjoy peace and quiet in their own home and feel safe and secure in the areas where they live.

There are a number of steps against anti-social behaviour that Sheffield Homes, the Police and our partner agencies can take, including, verbal warnings, written warnings and cautions, eviction of tenants, fixed penalty notices and much more.

We aim to deal with your complaint as quickly as possible and all cases will be strictly confidential.

To find out more about reporting anti-social behaviour please contact Sheffield Homes Anti-Social Behaviour Team: Tel: (0114) 293 00 00

Burngreave Housing Office, 177 Spital Hill, Pitsmoor, S4 7LF.


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