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Looking back at Anti-Social Behaviour Week

We recently took part in Anti- Social Behaviour (ASB) week, a national campaign ran by Resolve to encourage communities to take a stand against Anti-Social Behaviour.

During the week, which ran from 18th- 22nd July, we held several walkabouts in Winsford, Frodsham and Northwich to encourage our tenants and the local community to speak up.

Sylvia Pascoe, our Neighbourhood Experience Manager, said

“We remain totally committed to working with our customers, the wider community, and partners to reduce Anti-Social Behaviour. The effects of ASB on communities is serious and can cause lasting damage. We treat all incidences of ASB very seriously and would call upon customers and communities to work with us to reduce this unacceptable behaviour for the good of everyone.”

Unfortunately, due to extreme temperatures, the walkabouts at the start of the week in Winsford and Northwich were cancelled. Thankfully the weather improved from Wednesday and staff from the Work team and Tenancy team worked alongside PCSO’s to hold the rest of the walkabouts as planned.

One of the walkabouts on Friday was accompanied by Northwich LPU PCSOs who talked about the walkabouts on their social channels about fly-tipping, one of the biggest issues we wanted to tackle across the week. Additionally, on a Friday walkabout a local PCSO spoke to a gentleman who had recently reported ASB to his property, informing him of his rights and promising to help resolve the issue.

Overall, the feedback was very positive, with people speaking to our teams about what can be done about ASB in local communities.

We remain committed to improving our communities and will continue to inform our tenants about how they can report Anti-Social behaviour via our social media messages and our staff walkabouts running throughout the next few weeks.

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