Council enforcement around planning, licensing and community protection have been reorganised to deliver a more effective and joined up strategy.
There have been a number of serious incidents and problems with a number of anti-social Shisha operators in Marylebone.
Serious threats of violence against residents were made, fire safety ignored and planning rules ignored.
Integrated enforcement actions were taken against a number of operators.
Councillor Ian Rowley said "Shisha operators threatening violence against residents will be taken at their word. Action against them will be taken."
Councillor Iain Bott added "as a medical professional, the health impact of Shisha use is truly horrific. As well as the terrible harm from the tobacco which causes cancer, the pipes are a potentially dangerous source of bacteria, as well as sharing the same mouthpiece which only adds to a risk of infection.
Your Council is lobbying to make Shisha a licensable activity so its use can be more effectively controlled.