Louts are causing a nightmare for residents in an Aylesbury street.
Householders from Dolphin Place say they need help to deal with anti-social behaviour in the area around their garages.
A crunch meeting with council officials has been arranged to thrash out a solution.
The site has attracted vandals over the past few years, however in the last month things have reached crisis point.
Louts have kicked in the garage doors, drunk alcohol and taken drugs and even slept inside the units.
Police are investigating two burglaries from the garages, which had previously been used for storage, but the area is now such a mess residents feel they are unable to use them.
In one of the burglaries which took place between August 9 and 29, a lawnmower and trailer was stolen.
Malcolm Cox, who has lived in Dolphin Place since 1991 said: “The problems have got progressively worse over the last four or five years and now it has got to the point where we have had a major burglary from one of the garages and an attempted burglary from mine.
“When I first moved here, I was able to store cars and other valuable items in the garage but now that is not the case.”
There is confusion over whether the garages, which are owned privately by the householders, can be demolished.
Mr Cox said that although he felt safe living in Dolphin Place, he was wary of using the site by the garages.
He said: “It is such a dark area at night with very little lighting.
“A lot of people are very nervous of using this early in the morning and late at night during the winter months, because it is so remote and cannot be seen from houses.”
Local councillor Brian Roberts backed residents pleas for help.
He said: “This situation is appalling and cannot be allowed to continue. We are going to get every agency involved in this and are planning another meeting with the residents to work out what to do about it because we absolutely must find a solution.”
No arrests have been made in connection with the burglaries.
Police are urging anyone with information to contact them via the non-emergency phone number 101 or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.