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FAQ
I am suffering from anti-social behaviour – am I eligible for re-housing?

Our aim is always to try to resolve the problems caused by anti-social behaviour rather than moving people away from the problem and leaving the situation to continue.  

 

However, if you have reported anti-social behaviour to us or the police and, as a result, investigations are ongoing, you may be eligible for additional points on your housing application.  This would need to be approved by The Lettings and Property Shop Service Manager.  Click here to download Choosing a home in Ashfield, a summary of the lettings scheme.

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(01623) 608907

 

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(01623) 608999

 

Anti-social behaviour hotline

0800 183 84 84 (freephone)

 

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0800 479 4999 (freephone) or 01623 457999

 

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(01623) 608989

 

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(01623) 550077