Renfrewshire CAB Tuesday 23 June topics

22nd Jun 2020



This week’s topic (Tuesday 23 June 2020) from Kay Taylor, manager of the Renfrewshire Citizens Advice Bureau in Paisley, covers antisocial behaviour.

Kay provides answers to these questions:

  1. What is antisocial behaviour?
  2. What you can do?
  3. How you can deal with antisocial behaviour?
  4. You may also consider moving away?

In the second part of the feature, Kay will be covering neighbour disputes.   This includes:

  1. Boundary and garden disputes
  2. How to check your property boundaries
  3. What if you want to put up a wall or a fence
  4. Who is responsible for shared walls or fences (known as a barrier)
  5. If you can’t agree who’s responsible for a shared garden
  6. If you think a neighbour’s garden is a health hazard
  7. If your neighbour’s tree is causing a problem
  8. Neighbour’s hedge or tree is blocking light or views
  9. But what if your neighbour can’t look after their garden

If you miss any of the information provided by Kay on Paisley FM 107.5 then you can ‘listen again’ here after the programme has been broadcast on Tuesday morning, 23 June, after 11.00am with presenter James Cameron on Paisley FM 107.5 and online and on smart-speakers and across Glasgow on DAB digital radio.

Useful contacts 

Renfrewshire Citizens Advice Bureau

7 Glasgow Rd



Telephone: 0141 889 2121

Registers of Scotland

St Vincent Plaza
319 St Vincent Street
G2 5LP
Telephone: 0800 169 9391

Scottish Landlord Register

Licensing Section
Renfrewshire Council
Renfrewshire House
Cotton Street
Telephone: 0300 300 0300


Renfrewshire Council

Telephone: 0300 300 0300

Kay says: “I hope this has been useful.  But remember, if you’d rather speak to the bureau before taking any action, please call us on 0141-889 2121.  Stay safe, stay well and I’ll be back soon with more updates.”

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