Examples of behaviour which would not be considered as anti-social include:
  • One off’ issues unless they are of a particularly serious nature
  • Parking concerns such as parking on the pavement and badly parked vehicles
  • Groups of people in the street or in parks, unless they are being rowdy, abusive, causing damage or committing other crimes
  • A one-off party
Although excessive noise late at night may be considered as anti-social behaviour, general living noise is not. Examples of living noise include:
  • Opening and closing doors
  • Flushing toilets
  • Walking across the floor
  • Babies crying and children playing
  • Noise from washing machines / dryers
  • DIY noise that is taking place at reasonable times of the day
  • Personal lifestyle differences between households

Breach of Tenancy and Nuisance Behaviour are often mistaken as anti-social behaviour. These pages provide detailed examples and variations of Persistent Anti-Social Behaviour, Serious Anti-Social Behaviour, Breach of Tenancy and Nuisance Behaviour.

Report Anti-Social Behaviour

Please report incidents of anti-social behaviour to Clúid by:

Email: cluid@cluid.ie

Phone: 01 707 2088

Address: 159-161 Sheriff Street Upper, Dublin 1, D01 R8NO

Please take note of dates, times, and detail of the incident. This will help your Housing Officer with their investigations. Download the ASB Log Sheet

If you have reported the incident to Gardaí, please request a PULSE number and the name of the Garda you dealt with.