A petition signed by the residents of Newdigate Road has failed to lead to an immediate relief of their nightmare parking problems.
Alison Gilliver said they had asked cabinet member Councillor Keith Burrows (Con) at a special hearing at the Civic Centre, Uxbridge, last Wednesday to consider providing residents-only parking between 7am and 7pm daily.
Mrs Gilliver said: "When we moved into our terraced house two years ago there was no problem, but within the last few months it has got a lot worse.
"Park Place (which has office space) has filled more units; vans and lorries can't get round and sometimes they knock wing mirrors off while trying to get through.
"Visitors and staff from Harefield Hospital park here, and there are now more double yellow lines in Rickmansworth Road which drives more cars into our road."
Mrs Gilliver said she and her husband, Mark, who have three children aged between 17 months and 10 years old, feel it is a reasonable request.
After the meeting, Mary Worrall, Hillingdon Council's head of highways and green spaces, said: "Before introducing any new controlled parking scheme, there would need to be support from residents in nearby roads as well.
"In the meantime however, the petition will be kept on file for consideration in a future area-wide parking scheme in Harefield."
Karen McHugh, who also lives in the road with her husband Kieran and twoyear-old daughter, Chloe, said: "We were disappointed not to get a 'yes' to our request on the evening, particularly as there are disabled and elderly people who really need the space."
She hopes the publicity will mean people in other roads, such has Hill End Road, by the hospital, will also now petition the council.
A man who works at Park Place, and did not wish to be named, said: " At the moment it is legal to park there but I've advised people to park elsewhere as it is a narrow road."
A spokeswoman for Harefield Hospital said:"We feel our good relationship with residents around the hospital is just as important as providing good facilities for staff and visitors.
"We know this is an issue and would like to apologise to any residents who may have been inconvenienced."