Police have said they will be increasing foot patrols in West Drayton after a rise in antisocial behaviour from youths in the area.
Hillingdon Metropolitan police said recent events which saw a 13-year-old and 19-year-old stabbed in West Drayton Garden Village on Saturday February 4 has been a part of the decision.
Officers added that it was an "organised fight" and therefore the force will patrol on "crime hotspots" on foot to provide reassurance for residents.
A spokesman for Hillingdon Police said: "We would urge that local resident be vigilant and if you locate any knifes or see anything suspicious to call police on 101 or 999 if it’s an emergency.
"Officers conducting search sweeps in the areas have been successful in locating knifes and taking them off the street preventing them being used as a potential weapon in any potential attack."
PC Bhullar, one of the West Drayton Dedicated Ward Officers has also been working with the council to obtain a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) for the areas most effected.
A PSPO puts various restrictions in place that limit the opportunities for people to engage in such behaviour.
'Horrible behaviour from youths worse at half term outside temple'
Jaswant Maisca, who runs the Adhya shakti mataji temple in Cowley, said he's been targeted by youths on and off for months, with several incidents spanning across the period.
He told getwestlondon that police had come to reassure the temple about antisocial behaviour, but said he has concerns about a spike in incidents over school holidays again.
Mr Maisca said: "They've taken our washing machine, graffiti has appeared and they've thrown things, I've had to find out from the priests.
"It's a shame, it's horrible behaviour from youths which is worse at half term, but it's where people find peace and tranquility usually."
Keep up to date with the latest news in west London via the free getwestlondon app.
You can even set it to receive push notifications for all the breaking news in your area.