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Anti-social Behaviour (ASB) covers a range of unacceptable behaviour, nuisance and criminal activity, which has a negative effect on the community and the quality of life for residents.
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The Neighbourhood Wardens work across the Stroud District by providing a highly visible presence, whilst acting as the eyes and ears of the community. The Wardens create a safer, cleaner and greener district by engaging within the local parishes and…
Actions which interfere with an individual’s peace, enjoyment and comfort are treated as anti-social behaviour.
We categorise anti-social behaviour as either serious or minor. Examples of high-risk forms of anti-social behaviour include but are not limited to: threat to life assault Hate crime Safeguarding matters including child neglect While…
You can report an instance of Anti-social Behaviour on the following link: Report antisocial behaviour Out of hours reporting of anti-social behaviour If you would like to report ASB and our offices are closed, you can call our out-of-hours…
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The Business and Planning Act came into force on 22 July 2020 and introduces a new pavement licence as part of the Government's Covid 19 Recovery Plan. This licence can be applied for by food and drink businesses. If the licence is granted…
Paws on Patrol is a crime prevention scheme where dog owners register to be the 'eyes and ears' for their community while out walking their dogs.
A hedge can also be an ideal garden boundary that if well maintained lasts a long time and can bring wildlife and colour to a garden. However issues with neighbours can arise when hedges are not maintained.
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