People living in the shadow of Westfield in Shepherd's Bush claim their lives are already being blighted by the huge shopping centre.
Sharon Michaels from Shepherd's Bush Place says shoppers clog her street with cars and that Westfield has failed to comply with planning conditions including a promise build lavatories in the revamped Shepherd's Bush tube station.
The lawyer also says Westfield broke a pledge to build a wall to deaden sound from Southern Interchange bus and tube station.
She believes the borough is ignoring the residents' plight and is so incensed she has hung a banner from her house stating: 'Hammersmith and Fulham Council - putting Westfield First."
A Westfield spokesman said temporary toilets are being installed this week and a planning application has been made to Hammersmith and Fulham Council to build an acoustic wall in Pimley Place.
Council deputy leader Nicholas Botterill said: "'We will monitor the parking situation around Westfield for a few weeks. If residents then demand it, we will act swiftly to put their interests first.
"Shepherds Bush will not become a Westfield car park."
A council spokesman denied Westfield had been put before residents.
She added: "The council has negotiated a series of major community benefits out of Westfield, including a £200 million boost to public transport; £4 million for Britain's first 24/7 beat policing squads; £3 million re-vamp for Shepherds Bush Green and 78 new affordable homes."