Anti social behaviour

Anti Social behaviour can be stressful, frustrating and upsetting, that's why Queens Cross has a commitment to our tenants and to working with local communities to create desirable neighbourhoods.

Our local environment has a major impact on the quality of our lives and the enjoyment we take from living safely in our own homes.  The cleanliness of our streets, the way we and our neighbours behave and the design of the buildings and spaces around us are key to creating communities where people want to live and work. 

We want to work with tenants as partners to maintain and improve the Association’s properties, landscapes and common areas to the very highest standards.

We know that issues like graffiti, litter, vandalism and other crime are important to tenants and residents. Working with the police and public service partners, we are committed to taking preventive action and to acting quickly and effectively when problems happen.

If you experience anti-social behaviour, you should report the incident to your housing officer or housing assistant who will investigate the complaint and take necessary action. 

Depending on the nature of complaint, you should also report any criminal activity or noise pollution to the police.  You can also call Glasgow City Council Noise Pollution team on 0141 287 6688

Their Out of Hours Unit is part of the Council's Land and Environmental Services and has been set up to cover Environmental Health and Trading Standards functions outwith normal office hours.  However, the main duties of the Unit relate to enforcement noise complaints, the majority of which arise during the evening and into night-time.  The Unit endeavours to respond to all noise complaints relating to:

  • anti-social behaviour (loud music, dogs barking, DIY, loud TV)
  • public houses/clubs (live bands, karaoke, discos)
  • construction Sites
  • alarms sounding.

 The unit also has enforcement powers to allow noise disturbance issues to be resolved when informal contact is not successful.

Find out more about Glasgow City Council's Noise Pollution Team: