A rowdy crack den has been closed in Brent after neighbours were subjected to living in misery.
Police officers shut the home after residents complained of fighting and shouting noises coming from the flat.
Investigating officers discovered the property in Stonebridge was being used for drug dealing and teamed up with the council to end the misery for others living nearby.
Complaints from local residents by the Mordaunt Road flat regarding a constant flow of visitors day and night and nuisance behaviour prompted the investigation.
A Brent Council official told getwestlondon: "Neighbours were subjected to noise nuisance, shouting, fighting and odours of heroin and crack cocaine in the communal areas."
Officers from the local Policing Team and Brent Council Antisocial Behaviour Team attended the premises on a number of occasions and found drugs and strangers who don't live in the flat there.
Councillor Tom Miller, cabinet member for stronger communities, said: "We have listened to our residents who tell us how important tackling antisocial behaviour is and this is another great example of working with the Police to make our community safer.
"Everyone in our borough has the right to enjoy living in their homes without experiencing nuisance.
"This must have been a very unpleasant experience for people living in the area and I am pleased that the people causing problems have been removed."
Inspector Adrian Hanna, of the Metropolitan Police , said: "Actions have consequences.
"If you break the law and harass decent law abiding citizens don't be surprised if the police kick your door in and you lose your property."
A closure notice was issued by Willesden Magistrates Court on 17 November 2016 for the flat.
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