Women and girls in Pinner are being asked to report public areas where they feel unsafe.
New data published by UN Women UK has found that the majority of women and girls in the UK are experiencing sexual harassment in public spaces.
The online Safer Spaces in Harrow interactive map aims to provide women and girls with a way to voice where they feel safe/unsafe and to provide data and ideas for change.
Many of the reports cite poor lighting, poor street layout, fly tipping and rubbish, signs of drug or alcohol use, and lack of CCTV.
Areas of concern include the public footpath from Moss Lane to Church Lane, and the small green area between Rayners Lane and Imperial Drive.
You can report unsafe spaces by visiting harrowsaferspaces.commonplace.is
A Harrow Council spokesperson said: “Once the survey closes, we will look at addressing the issues raised by working with the relevant council teams and partners.”