Important notice about payments (rent, council tax and other bills)

Due to essential maintenance, we won't be able to take payments over the phone or online between 12pm on Monday 16 July and 12pm on Tuesday 17 July. Cashiers desks at local offices will also be closed

Report anti-social behaviour

For some people, anti-social behaviour (ASB) is nuisance neighbours or rowdy gangs in the street. For other people it's about graffiti, litter or abandoned cars. We also urge people to report all incidents of hate crime.

If you feel you or your family are in immediate danger due to anti-social behaviour, you should call the police on 999.

If you are concerned about anti-social behaviour but not in any immediate danger, call the non-emergency police number 101.

Some types of anti social behaviour should be reported to the council, not the police. You can report these problems online.

Report anti-social behaviour

You can use this online form to report:

  • Drunken behaviour and street drinking
  • Domestic abuse
  • Drug taking or dealing, properties used as "crackhouses"
  • Neglected gardens
  • Hate crime
  • Loud music, neighbours or vehicles
  • Misuse of communal areas or public spaces
  • Nuisance motorbikes (including off-road bikes)
  • Nuisance parking
  • Physical violence and assault
  • Prostitution or kerb crawling
  • Vandalism and damage to property
  • Verbal abuse, harassment and intimidation
  • Other criminal behaviour

Report anti-social behaviour

Report other problems

To speak to someone about noise nuisance, please call our environmental health team on 0121 569 6600.

You could also contact your local councillor.

Nuisance neighbours

If you have a problem with your neighbour, you should attempt to discuss the matter with them before approaching us or the police unless you think that it is unsafe to do so.

If the problem has been going on for some time, it would be helpful if you could make a note of the issues.

Report noisy neighbours online

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