Argyll and Bute landlord in anti-social behaviour review

Argyll Community Housing Association provides rented housing to around 17 per cent of Argyll and Bute's population.
Argyll Community Housing Association provides rented housing to around 17 per cent of Argyll and Bute's population.

Argyll Community Housing Association is asking people on Bute to contribute towards a review of its policy on anti-social behaviour.

The association, which houses around 17 per cent of the population of Argyll and Bute, has appealed to both tenants and the wider community to join its new ‘consultation panel’ on the subject.

In a statement issued on Monday the association said: “Our Antisocial Behaviour Policy covers issues such as possession, dealing and cultivation of drugs, violence and threats of violence, abuse, including homophobic, racial abuse and sexual abuse, loud music, harassment and general neighbour nuisance.

“To ensure that our approach to antisocial behaviour continues to meet the expectations of our tenants and the communities in which we operate, we are conducting a review of our Antisocial Behaviour Policy.

“Accordingly, we seek the views of our tenants and the wider community to ensure we are able to focus on specific areas of concern.”

Anyone interested in contributing through the consultation panel should contact ACHA on 0800 028 2755 by Friday, September 26.