Action plan for council tenants
SPECIAL measures to tackle anti-social behaviour – including buying digital cameras to catch culprits – are promised to Fenland s council house tenants if they vote to transfer to a housing association. And for the first time prospective tenants will be
SPECIAL measures to tackle anti-social behaviour - including buying digital cameras to catch culprits - are promised to Fenland's council house tenants if they vote to transfer to a housing association.
And for the first time prospective tenants will be "on probation" for the first 12 months, making it easier to evict anti-social tenants.
A 21-point action plan is proposed by Circle Anglia if it wins control of Fenland's 4,000 council homes in a ballot takes place later this year.
Clauses to combat anti social behaviour, racial and other harassment, noise and nuisance are included in the new tenancy agreement.
In a draft consultation document presented to Fenland District Council yesterday, the association says starter tenancies would "help the association to evict anti-social tenants".
The association also says it will:
- 1 Take a look inside this £600,000 converted barn hidden in the Fens
- 2 Teenager, 19, on County Drug Lines heroin and crack cocaine charge
- 3 Plumbing ringleader who ‘traded under multiple names’ jailed
- 4 Motorists face extra time on journeys due to A141 closure
- 5 Real living wage given to frontline care home workers
- 6 Dealer flees on foot leaving drugs, cash and his bike behind
- 7 Cup winners, bumper crowds and an ex-England star amongst Fenmen success
- 8 'Most stunning' The Chase contestant takes on fresh challenge
- 9 Supermarkets issue urgent product recall after salmonella found in products
- 10 Couple up for the challenge as new high street shop launched
# Give advice to those who suffer anti-social behaviour, including court witnesses
# Provide an out-of-hours response service
# Take early and firm action against tenants who break tenancy agreement
# Buy sound recording equipment, video and digital cameras and CCTV to get evidence of anti social behaviour
A new subsidiary of Circle Anglia, Roddons Housing Association, will operate the Fenland housing portfolio.