Good neighbours are considerate, tolerant and understanding of others and their different lifestyles. We are all different and we should respect that other people may not live their lives in the same way we do. Before making a report, please consider whether you can resolve the issue yourself. Many one-off instances can be resolved by simply approaching your neighbour and talking through the problem. Often a neighbour is not aware that their behaviour is upsetting you.
The term “nuisance & anti-social behaviour” is widely used and has a broad definition, meaning different things to different people. It can range from unintentional disregard for personal or community wellbeing to criminal behaviour.
One Manchester define nuisance & anti-social behaviour as: persistent conduct that caused, or is likely to cause, nuisance or annoyance to a person where it directly or indirectly affects our housing management function or any conduct that consists of or involves using or threatening to use housing accommodation owned or managed by One Manchester for an unlawful purpose. Read One Manchester's Anti-Social Behaviour and Hate Crime Policy.
If you are being affected by persistent and unreasonable noise or anti-social behaviour, please contact us:
Members of the Community Safety team are often out of office so a contact will be generated asking them to call you. This will either be within five working days for general reports or 24 working hours for all calls related to threats of or actual violence occurring at time. All contacts will be dealt with in a confidential manner and your identity will not be revealed.