Posted on Wednesday 13th June 2012
As part of a project IASS is undertaking for Peabody on anti-social behaviour led by Chris Allen, David Mullins convened and chaired a roudtable with the G15 Group of large London-based housing associations to share experiences and inspire ideas on strategies that work in the current context.
The roundtable participants from seven housing associations, local authorities, police and experts including HouseMark and the social landlord crime and nuisance group, contributed fresh thinking on what's working well now and what we could try next. They also completed a survey and 'inspiring ideas' in writing to feed into Peabody's policy review.
Simon Yau who was visiting IASS from City University Hong Kong talked about experiences and responses to anti-social behaviour in Hong Kong.