You must be aged 17 or over to apply, and garages must be used for the storage of private motor vehicles only. To apply simply click on the link below to complete the application form.
Once your application has been received, garages will be allocated on a first come first served basis, with priority provided to people with a registered disability and those who live in an Aspire Housing property should there be multiple applications for individual sites.
- Tenancy Services
You can report anti-social behaviour online using our online form or simply call us in confidence.
Please report criminal behaviour, including threats or acts of violence, to the Police by calling 999.
Examples of antisocial behaviour include:
- fights and arguments in the street
- dog fouling or excessive barking
- overgrown and untidy gardens, dumped rubbish, lack of care for home
- theft and other crimes
- drug and alcohol abuse and drug dealing
- domestic abuse
- vandalism and graffiti
- abusive or threatening behaviour and language
- loud or frequent noise disturbance
There are some things we don't usually investigate, they include:
- Children playing
- Parking issues
- Noise which would be reasonably respected within a home
We investigate all concerns raised but if you choose to submit an anonymous complaint, the actions we can take will be limited.
Our Great Get Together events bring the whole community working with local partners to provide access to services and advice. For more information about our upcoming events please visit our events page.
These are currently on hold due to the pandemic, we hope to start them again soon. If you have concerns about your local neighbourhood, please get in touch to share your concerns with us.
We can use a range of tools and actions to help resolve incidents promptly and effectively, often working in conjunction with partners and specialist agencies, our actions may include:
- written or verbal warnings
- Acceptable Behaviour Contracts (ABCs)
- professional mediation
- Anti-Social Behaviour Orders (ASBOs)
- notice seeking possession
- professional witnesses
- specialist in-house solicitor
- rubbish and graffiti removal
Often we cannot help to imrpove the situation without your involvement and we may ask you to record the things you witness and how it affects you. It is important that you work with us so we can help to resolve the issues you are experiencing.
Sometimes speaking to a neighbour about something that causes you concern can solve the problem.
Many people would prefer a conversation with their neighbour to receiving contact from their landlord explaining something they are doing is bothering someone else (potential action from their landlord) – and good neighbourhoods thrive through talking.
However, we are committed to tackling issues relating to anti-social behaviour, harassment and neighbourhood nuisance, so if you need to talk to us, get in touch. We will not share your details without your permission but in some cases, due to the nature of concerns raised, it may be quite obvious where these have come from.
We will ask for as much information as you can give so that we can fully investigate. If you are not willing to share these details, this may limit our actions to help resolve the issues.
Contact us to speak with your neighbourhood coordinator.
Our neighbourhood walkabouts provide an opportunity to look at issues around where you live with your neighbourhood coordinator. For more information on when your next walkabout is, please visit our events page.
These are currently on hold due to the pandemic, we hope to start them again soon. If you have concerns about your local neighourhood please get in touch to share your concerns with us.