Antisocial behaviour is a range of behaviours that can cause nuisance and annoyance or harm and distress to a person.
It is a wide range of unacceptable activity and includes things like: -Noise – including loud music, banging, DIY at unsocial hours, loud parties, frequent visitors at unsocial hours
There is a fine line between anti-social behaviour and neighbour disputes which can often begin over relatively minor inconveniences such as parking.
However, if they persist, they can potentially become antisocial behaviour.
What anti-social behaviour isn't.
The following behaviours are not officially classed as anti-social:
How to report anti-social behaviour
Who can you report anti-social behaviour to?
All the above have powers to deal with your report.
It is important that you keep a record of the incidents and the behaviour, as this will be of great help in investigating the behaviour and tackling it.