Let’s stamp out anti-social behaviour

Do you suffer from noise nuisance or harassment?

Or as a result of criminal behaviour? For someone to talk through your concerns and offer advice and support contact the Burngreave New Deal Antisocial Behaviour Team.

You don’t need an appointment; you can telephone, write or call in to their offices. The team are based at the Burngreave Housing Office:

177 Spital Hill, Burngreave, Sheffield S4 7LF.

Office opening hours are:

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9.00am – 4.00pm

  • Wednesday 9.00am – 1.00pm

Telephone: 0114 293 0000

Or visit their website at http://www.sheffieldhomes.org.uk.

Follow the links through ‘Keeping your estate safe’ where you can complete an online reporting form.

The team will contact you within two working days.

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