We are regularly instructed by local authorities, housing associations, registered providers of social housing and tenants in proceedings involving anti-social behaviour, nuisance and harassment.
Our expertise in areas such as mental capacity, disability discrimination, social care and human rights law, which frequently appear in anti-social behaviour cases, mean we are well placed to offer comprehensive advice and representation to clients.
We also have particular expertise in acting in injunctive proceedings under Part I of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 and proceedings for committal for breach.
Our barristers are adept at handling cases which involve many allegations of anti-social behaviour, multiple witnesses and a significant amount of paperwork.
Recent cases involving anti-social behaviour include:
- Greenwich LBC v Tuitt  HLR 10 (CA): (possession order made against public sector tenant on the basis of son’s repeated anti-social behaviour)