Behaviour is regarded as antisocial when it affects your peace, comfort or privacy.
Territory Housing categories antisocial into three levels:
Minor antisocial behaviour is behaviour which includes activities that could reasonably occur, on occasion, in your normal daily routine. This kind of behaviour may cause a low level of nuisance to your neighbours.
Examples of minor antisocial behaviour include:
Moderate antisocial behaviour involves activities or behaviour that is more abusive in nature, or impacts on the health and safety of others.
Examples of moderate antisocial behaviour include:
Serious antisocial behaviour is when a person’s life or safety is threatened, involves intentional damage to a property, physical assault and other acts of aggression.
Examples of serious antisocial behaviour include:
For more information relating to antisocial behaviour policy and procedures in public housing please see:
Chapter 17 of the Operational Policy Manual 34 KB.
For further information contact your local Territory Housing office.