Is anti-social behaviour causing you a problem? St Leger Homes of Doncaster is reminding people how to get support in case they become the victims of anti-social behaviour.
St Leger Homes recognise that anti-social behaviour can be a serious problem in local communities and have trained staff in place who investigate complaints and support those affected.
St Leger Homes investigates all anti-social behaviour reported by tenants and last year took legal action in over one hundred cases to improve the lives of local residents.
Anti-social behaviour can be reported in a number of ways:
• Telephone 01302 862862 between 8.30am-5pm Monday to Friday
• Report issues online via
• Visit your St Leger Homes local area office
• Contact the police on 101
Paul Tanney, Chief Executive of St Leger Homes, said:
“Ensuring our tenants can enjoy their homes and local communities is really important to us. We have listened to tenants and understand tackling anti-social behaviour is one of the most important issues for them.
“We take a multi-agency approach to tackling anti-social behaviour and its causes, working with tenants and key partners in the community – such as the police and Doncaster Council, who have additional powers to deal with the issues – to ensure together tenants get the safe and peaceful communities they deserve.
“We’d urge any of our tenants suffering anti-social behaviour to get in touch so we can work with them to resolve the problems they are facing.”
For more information about our work around anti-social behaviour, please visit https://www.stlegerhomes.co.uk/getinvolved/find-my-community/anti-social-behaviour/