The defendant appealed against the issuing of an anti-social behaviour order for ‘housing-related conduct’ where the conduct alleged had no connection with council tenants or property.
Held: The appeal failed. ‘Housing-related’ meant ‘directly or indirectly relating to or affecting the housing management functions of a relevant landlord’. The defendant was a former council tenant, his conduct was required to be looked at as a whole, and there was in this case a sufficiet nexus to allow the making of an order. The 2006 Act had considerably widened the scope for such orders and amounted to a fundamental reworking of the anti-social behaviour order system.
Lord Justice Rix, Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury and Lord Justice Carnwath
 EWCA Civ 943,  PTSR 904
England and Wales
Cited – Birmingham City Council v James and Another CA 17-May-2013
The appellant challenged an injunction under the 2009 Act excluding him from parts of Birmingham. He said that it prevented him visiting his mother.
Held: The appeal failed. Moore-Bick LJ said: ‘It was for the judge to decide on the basis of . .
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Updated: 04 August 2022; Ref: scu.374698