Business owners in South Harrow are "crying out for help" to tackle gang violence in the area.
Northolt Road, a busy thoroughfare of shops, cafés and restaurants, either side of the Piccadilly Line South Harrow Station, has become a "no-go" zone, it has been claimed.
Kuha Kumaran, executive member of Harrow West Conservative Association, says shoppers are "living in constant fear".
The claim comes after police rushed to a huge street fight outside shops in the area, that dispersed before any arrests were made.
Mr Kumaran said: "Harrow Council ignores no-go zone Northolt road.
"Business and public safety is threatened, as drug dealers and gangs have taken over street management.
"Anger, fear and frustration are the feelings of the business owners who have been crying out for help from Harrow council and local police.
"They are constantly ignored. They now fear for their livelihood in South Harrow."
CCTV footage shows the fight in action and how businesses are affected by crime - leaving shoppers scared to entire premises when incidents such as these occur.
Mr Kumaran added: "The business owners who pay council tax, need a cleaner and a safer environment to run their business.
"Local residents and shoppers are living in constant fear. Should we tell them to order online and stay inside the house as authorities can’t guarantee public safety?
"Or is something actually going to be done? So the people of South Harrow can sleep without one eye open?"
But Harrow Council states it has implemented various measures, specifically in Northolt Road, to tackle anti-social behaviours.
A spokesperson for the council said: "There are Days of Action, in collaboration with the police, to tackle anti-social behaviour, and there are anti-social behaviour action groups to tackle issues.
"Police do carry out regular patrols in the area and our enforcement teams regularly targeting the area through on the spot fines and enforcement notices.
"CCTV is also in place so that when something comes up this can be used as evidence in court."
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