Hackney,
27
July
2015
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11:00
Europe/London

Anti-social behaviour advice with 2015 Hackney roadshow

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Anti-social behaviour advice with 2015 Hackney roadshow

Residents can receive on-the-spot Anti-social behaviour (ASB) advice from a dedicated ASB trailer as part of the Hackney Homes annual roadshow.

Hackney Homes hopes to encourage all tenants and leaseholders to come on-board the vehicle to report ASB issues on their estate. Staff will be on hand to listen to the concerns of residents, answer questions and provide advice.

The roadshow will visit 14 estates from July to October. One estate will be visited each Thursday from 1-5pm. Residents can drop during any time or location and can also request a home visit, to discuss concerns in confidence.

Cllr Philip Glanville, Cabinet Member for Housing
We are committed to tackling anti-social behaviour and urge residents to report it immediately. By placing ASB and Estate Safety officers within the heart of each estate we hope that residents feel more comfortable to come forward and speak about their concerns.
Cllr Philip Glanville, Cabinet Member for Housing

As well as the Hackney Homes Estate Safety and ASB Team, Hackney Council’s Community Safety Team, Safer Neighbourhoods Team, Housing Management and Shelter will be offering advice to all residents.

Free micro-chipping will also be available from the Dogs Trust who will be attending some estate visits, this is subject to availability.

For full details please visit www.hackneyhomes.org.uk/Anti-social-behaviour-roadshow.htm

Hackney Homes residents can also report ASB online or by phone 020 356 3310 (press option 1); text 07960 282 985; email: asb@hackneyhomes.org.uk, or at any of the Hackney Homes Neighbourhood Housing offices or to their Tenant Management Organisation.