Customary Practice and Restorative Justice in Libya: A Hybrid Approach
Restorative Approaches in Housing (RAiH)
Restorative Approaches in Housing (RAiH) Straightforward reports of neighbour nuisance can be resolved very quickly by using an instant restorative justice technique saving costs in terms of time and resources but more importantly can restore good neighbour relationships with minimum harm being caused. More complex cases, involving a history of neighbour nuisance, can be resolved in a more structured setting.
All our training and consultancy is delivered by experienced and fully qualified practitioners. We provide a bespoke package to each client depending on their needs and area of practice.
Housing associations and trusts with whom we have worked include:
- Places for People
- Northern Counties
- Shropshire Housing
- Golden Gates
- Community Gateway
- Cherry Tree
- West Cheshire
Examples of how a restorative approach can be effectively applied in a social housing setting are coved in the case studies below:
- Case Study - Untidy garden and noise nuisance
- Case Study - Drunken behaviour, noise nuisance and verbal abuse
For further information on the use of restorative approaches in housing or to arrange a no obligation initial discussion, please contact Restorative Solutions on 01772 842 109 or contact us