Coronavirus

Changes to council services and advice and support we can provide is available on our dedicated coronavirus information page. Events currently listed on our site are subject to change or cancellation. Go to our coronavirus information page

Housing service changes due to coronavirus

Due to coronavirus there are changes to several housing services and Farnham Road is closed. Read about all the changes

Covid 19 information for Havering landlords and tenants

Read the information

Home Ownership and Right to Buy

Due to Government guidelines around Covid-19 all members of the Home Ownership and Right to Buy team have now been instructed to work from home and there will be no office presence. In order to maintain services, please send us emails rather than letters. Contact us at homeownership@havering.gov.uk and righttobuy@havering.gov.uk 01708 433015.

Anti-social behaviour on council estates

Anti-social behaviour (ASB) is any act that causes, or is likely to cause, alarm, harassment or distress to anyone living in a different household to the person responsible.

Examples of ASB include:

  • noise nuisance
  • drug taking and dealing
  • threatening or rowdy behaviour
  • violence and disorder
  • vandalism

Tell us about anti-social behaviour

To help us investigate, please read our ASB booklet and complete our ASB diary sheets to gather evidence. Please then report the issue to us.

Report anti-social behaviour on a council estate online

Please note this form is for reporting an issue on a council estate. To report anti-social behaviour you see in the wider community please go to our anti-social behaviour in the community page.

Serious ASB issues involving violence, domestic violence or hate crime can be reported on our emergency contact number 01708 434000 Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

After 5pm and Saturdays phone 01708 726685.

You can report anti-social behaviour by emailing ASBHavering@havering.gov.uk

You can also contact the Community Wardens.

Our response to anti-social behaviour will depend on how bad it is and how often it happens. We will use appropriate action to change behaviour and stop unacceptable behaviour.

The safety and welfare of the victim is a priority and we will carry out a risk assessment to help us determine our response.

This may include:

  • prevention
  • investigation
  • intervention
  • enforcement

Tenants and leaseholders causing ASB

Tenants who commit anti-social behaviour could put their tenancy at risk. Please read your tenancy agreement for more information.

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