A petition signed by nearly 4,000 Northwood residents was hand delivered to 10 Downing Street last month.
Northwood’s Voice, a community action group, collected 3,923 signatures against the proposed redevelopment of the conservation area in the town.
Transport for London, in conjunction with Notting Hill/Genesis, propose a total redevelopment scheme to build some 250 flats (in five, six and seven storey tower blocks) on part of Green Lane, Northwood Station Car Park and along Station Approach (adjacent to Northwood Station).
Jon Marx, who went to Downing Street, said parking will be limited and traditional buildings and shops would be demolished.
He said: “There is very limited car parking will be provided (we understand no more than eight disabled spaces for commuters) and the 200 displaced cars currently using the car park will be left to fend for themselves, perhaps with many of them to be parked around the main and back roads of Northwood adding to traffic congestion.
“We thank everyone in Northwood who participated in the petition in any way.”
For more information, visit northwoodsvoice.org.uk