Angry protesters who have been fighting flat developments in their area for years are getting ready to campaign against a slightly different plan.
An application to build five two-bed-room terrace houses on the site of one bungalow in Kingsend, Ruislip, has been submitted to Hillingdon Council.
Even though it is not a plan to build flats, residents are still angry because of a lack of space for parking and access to the houses.
Also, the bungalow is behind a house which has already been demolished to build eight flats.
Sue Browne, 54, of Kingsend, has been campaigning against the developments for two years.
She said: "The driveway up to the bungalow is only one car width and people will be going backwards and forwards up to the houses. There's no pedestrian access either so it's quite dangerous.
"We are not against houses, it's just the way it's crammed in and there is a lack of garden space.
"Where possible we would like to see a house facing the road rather than a big block of flats. They don't fit in with the street scene.
"Residents opposed to this plan should write in so their views are known."
There have been about 15 planing applications for developments submitted to the council in the last two years just for Kingsend.
Galatia Strachan, 62, of Ickenham Road, is furious about this particular plan because her garden backs directly on to it.
She said: "There's going to be massive opposition to this plan and I am certainly going to do a huge petition against it.
"The bungalow is single storey and we can hardly see it from our garden and the houses will be two storey. It's going to be more intrusive and it's just not going to be in keeping with the area.
"They have destroyed Kingsend. How many houses are they going to knock down just to leave the plot empty?
"We are fighting to get this area included in the conservation area, but I don't know how much it will help."
You can visit www.hillingdon.gov.uk by November 19 if you want to post your comments on the proposal.