Anti social behaviour clause in contract

Reading the open rent standard AST which I’m preparing for a new tenancy. Is point 9.16 enough to satisfy anti social behaviour or would you use an extra clause? Most councils insist a clause is in the tenant agreement for licensing and dedicate a whole page talking about it. Clause below…

9.16. Not to do or permit to be done in the Premises or elsewhere anything which may be or become a nuisance, annoyance or inconvenience to the Landlord, the owner or occupiers of any adjoining property, the neighbours, other adjoining residents or people in the immediate area.

I have one of those - realistically as I have found out it’s unenforceable.

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