Key announcements this weekend

Due to essential maintenance, some of our forms and maps are currently unavailable. We apologise for any inconvenience. As a result of the current industrial action we are temporarily introducing fortnightly waste collections. Find out your collection day:

Report antisocial behaviour

Always call 999 if you or someone else is in immediate danger, or if a crime is in progress.

If you rent your home, you should report antisocial behaviour to your landlord.

Note that some nuisance behaviour is a crime, so should be reported to the police, not the Council or your landlord.

Find out what happens after you report antisocial behaviour and where victims can get support.

Report to the Council online

Incidents not listed below, can be reported by phone.

Incident Report to the Council online

Abandoned vehicles

Report an abandoned vehicle.

If you think the car is stolen, call 101 to report it to the police.

Aggressive begging

Report aggressive begging.

If you find the behaviour of a beggar of charity collector distressing, please call 101 and tell the police straight away.

Business being run from someone’s home

Check when we’ll investigate someone running a business from their home.

Dumped rubbish

Report dumped rubbish

If the person responsible is a Council or housing association tenant and the rubbish is in their garden, report it to their landlord.


Request graffiti removal.

If you are a council or housing association tenant, report graffiti to your landlord

If the graffiti is offensive, you can also report it as a Hate Crime.

Intimidating behaviour Report intimidating behaviour

Noise nuisance

Report noise nuisance.

If you are a tenant you should also  report it to your landlord.


If a council tenant is parking inconsiderately, report it to the council’s Housing Services team. The council does not deal with any other types of parking issues.

If you rent privately, you can report the problem to your landlord

If you are having a dispute with a neighbour over parking, you may want to consider using our free mediation service.


Report to the Council by phone 

You can report other types of antisocial behaviour to us by calling 0121 303 1111. If you are a Council tenant, call 0121 464 4700 and select option 4.

When you report antisocial behaviour, it is useful if you can explain:

  • what is being done
  • who is doing it
  • when it happened (dates and times)
  • how often it has happened


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