Harrow has the lowest levels of binge drinking in England, according to recent figures.
One in 10 adults in the borough are drinking over the recommended daily allowance, according to a study by The Association of Public Health Observatories.
This is compared to one in five people in Newcastle, where 28.3 per cent of people drink above the limit. Only 9.7 per cent of adults in Harrow drink excessively.
The government recommends men drink three to four units a day and women two to three, as regular excessive drinking can lead to alcohol-related illnesses including liver disease.
Harrow Council's week of action from July 14-19 will help crackdown on binge drinkers with more police patrolling the borough in the evenings, discouraging anti-social behaviour and confiscating alcohol if necessary.