Troublesome taxi drivers have plagued residents by continually parking in their street to sleep, smoke and urinate.
Drivers from several different companies have been using Doghurst Crescent and Chestnut Close in Sipson as a respite stop between jobs.
The Gazette spotted several drivers parking up for a nap before smoking a cigarette, discarding the butt on the pavement and driving off. The pungent smell of urine was also unmistakable.
Marnie Fitzsimons, from Victoria, Australia, told of her disgust after visiting a friend in the area.
She said: "Accumulated rubbish lies in the street despite the signs and dare I mention the toilet behaviour whereby drivers urinate in the gutter beside their cars. Urinating beside the back wheel of a vehicle has as far as I know been unacceptable in Australian streets for years.
"I for one am pleased I don't have to live with this unpleasant matter but my friend does."
Resident Dave Harding, 42, told how at least 20 drivers stopped on the streets a day with many becoming aggressive if approached.
He said: "A driver drove at me because I stepped in after a neighbour had an argument with him over urinating in the street. I've called the police because I saw one reading pornographic material in the middle of the day.
"I can't see it ever ending. We're now thinking of moving."
Chris Norman, head of business services at the council, said double yellows outside the cafe in Sipson Way had been installed and parking bays in Doghurst Crescent reinstated.
He added that surrounding roads had been monitored and the use of residents' parking bays was a possibility.
Inspector Lance White said: "We are aware of the problems and our local Safer Neighbourhood Team patrol the areas regularly. Any incidents that we come across are dealt with."
Contact Heathrow Villages Safer Neighbourhoods Team on 0208 721 2557.