I don't know what your situation is regarding councilors, but I'm lucky in that two of my council representatives are very good at campaigning on our (ie local residents) behalf.
You should have 3 councilors representing your ward, I suggest you contact all three, hopefully at least one will live in the area. Send them the photographs not the web links, print out the photos and post them. Try to be as clear as possible in the letter, but don't rant, it's off putting.
If you have evidence of any violence spilling out of the pubs onto the streets I would suggest you also write to the local chief constable - the police have the right to issue temporary closure notices to licensed premises, which can be extended, or made permanent, by court order.
More than anything you need to get other residents to back up your complaints, a single voice can be easily ignored, but 20 or 30 people are harder to ignore, especially of you also use the local press to promote your campaign.