Anti-social behaviour on the World's End Estate: Views of young people

Closes 13 Feb 2022

Opened 3 Jan 2022

Overview

The Housing Management Anti-Social Behaviour Team was formed in December 2020 to tackle more serious incidents of anti-social behaviour and help reduce crime, specifically on Council-owned estates, to ensure our residents feel safe in their homes and local community. The team act on information reported by residents and help resolve complaints, whilst also using police intelligence to proactively tackle anti-social behaviour by putting measures in place to prevent it happening in the first place.  

Why your views matter

We wish to gain a better understanding of the type of anti-social behaviour happening on the World’s End Estate and the priorities of the residents affected.

This survey is aimed at young people and follows on from a similar survey conducted with residents of the estate in the Summer of 2021

The results of this survey will help us ensure we are allocating resources effectively to tackle the issues that are most important to residents and make the estate safer.

If you have any queries, require a paper copy of the survey or require assistance in other languages, please contact your neighbourhood services coordinator Jason Tullett by email at Jason.Tullett@rbkc.gov.uk or Adam Frame at Adam.Frame@rbkc.gov.uk 

Give us your views

Areas

  • Chelsea Riverside

Interests

  • Housing
  • Housing Management
  • Community Safety
  • Consultations