Good Neighbour Agreements

All Southside Housing Association tenants sign a Good Neighbour Agreement that explains your responsibility as a neighbour and outlines how we will work together to ensure that your neighbourhood is and remains a clean, safe and secure environment. The good neighbourbour agreement is concluded between us and our inhabitants and was written with the aim of promoting community cohesion and preventing anti-social behaviour. This agreement sets out clear expectations, rights and responsibilities for all residents and applies in addition to the terms of your lease. It does not replace or exceed the rights and obligations in your individual lease agreements. This contract remains in effect as long as you reside in your home and applies to all subsequent tenants and assigns. If you breach any of the following conditions, you will be informed that you have breached this agreement and your rental conditions, and your rental may be compromised. You have the right to appeal to Scottish ministers as a good neighbour when a planning authority: a guide to planning complaints explains what can be used by ministers and provides the context for our appeal forms. As a resident, you are asked to sign the following agreement, which you and your budget must agree to do so: Bulletin 3/2012: Planning obligations and good neighbourly agreements give context to this specific call. Read more about the Antisocial Behaviour Directive: Anti-Social Conduct Directive March 2019 This type of objection is not charged. Any person participating in the trial is normally expected to bear his or her own expenses.

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