NEW plans to tackle yob families have been unveiled in Huddersfield.
New tenants on council estates will get a year to prove themselves before the move is made permanent.
Their trial tenancy will be scrapped if they are anti-social or fall behind with the rent.
Simon Rogers, chief executive of Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing, said: "Introductory tenancies have proves successful in many parts of the country.
"We're sure that the vast majority of our tenants will see them as a positive move towards tackling anti-social behaviour and other problems on our estates."
Tenants' groups are to be consulted on the new proposals.
Trial tenants can be evicted much more quickly and easily than secure tenants.
They do not have the right in law to buy their council home and neither can they take in lodgers or sublet part of their home.
Council Cabinet member Clr Khizar Iqbal said: "99.9% of the people who live on our estates are good tenants.
"This policy aims to protect their rights by targeting the minority who make their lives a misery."