Charville residents are angry over plans to extend a bus route into their road and feel they have not been prop-erly consulted.
Proposals are being considered to extend the U7 route to Charville Lane, but residents are concerned that putting a bus stop on an already dangerous bend will cause mayhem.
Debra Sadeh, who lives on Charville Lane, said: "How will this already busy corner accommodate a double decker bus?
"We already have cars parked over our drives and on the pavement.
"I can quite imagine cars overtaking the bus and causing further safety issues.
"Why is it possible to go ahead with such huge changes that affect the lives of the residents of these roads without full and timely consultation."
Jonathan Hayles, who lives on nearby Turner Close, said: "Nobody wants this bus route, nobody wants Hillingdon Council and TfL to deface the area with these hideous plans.
"If the local community doesn't want something, what on earth are our paid servants and democratically elected representatives doing foisting it upon us?
"This is a Green Belt area and a tree preservation zone.
"They have no business throwing paint, metal and concrete all over it, and it just beggars belief that they're proposing to have buses stopping to set down and pick up passengers - if there are any - so close to such a very sharp bend. Madness."
The U7 runs from Uxbridge bus station in Baker's Road, past Hillingdon Hospital, and the new plans would see it extended to include Hewens Road, Pole Hill Road and Charville Lane, where there are no alternative means of public transport.
The estimated cost of these works has been quoted at £91,500, which is being funded by TfL.
Locations for the bus stops were proposed following consultation with the police and bus operators.
Keith Burrows, Hillingdon Council cabinet member for planning and transportation, said: "The request for this extension came from the general public, it was not something Hillingdon or TfL plucked out of the air.
"I am waiting for a further report regarding this matter which will be discussed with ward councillors (Charville and Hillingdon East) and we will of course take into account any public comments we have received."