A pub has won its appeal against Harrow Council's licensing panel despite concerns from residents.
The Crazy Horse, in Church Road, Stanmore, will be allowed to keep its late-night opening hours following a hearing at Harrow Magistrates' Court on October 17.
The pub will now continue to open until 1am from Sunday to Thursday and until 2am on Friday and Saturday, with conditions.
As reported in the Observer in May the pub had its opening hours reduced at a Harrow Council Licensing Panel after the police were called to series of fights there.
Sergeant Carl Davies, of Harrow Police, said: "The conditions that were imposed by the councillors were ratified by the magistrates.
"The pub took the conditions and self imposed them but kept their opening hours the same and for the last five or six months there have been no incidents so it is working.
"The crime and disorder concerns have been dealt with, but not the public nuisance concerns."
Residents had been worried for their safety after police were called to the venue from January until March and traces of cocaine were also found in the toilets. The most serious incident on January 11 involved people fighting in the alleyway next to the premises and a drunken reveller assaulting an officer.
A resident of nearby Elm Park, who did not wish to be named, said: "Obviously none of us were keen on them being open for that long as it will cause problems with noise and parking.
"But there is not a lot we can do, nobody seems to listen to us."
Daniel Owide, the manager, said: "We have a lot of staff, friends and customers that are delighted.
"We are going to work very hard to make sure we are not disturbing the residents and will make sure there are no problems."
The magistrates added a list of conditions for the venue which include no entry after 11.30pm from Sunday to Thursday and 12am on Friday and Saturday. The car park will also have to be patrolled three times an hour after 10pm and random searches for weapons and drugs will be carried out throughout the night.