A pub in Hayes has been shut down following reports of repeated violent attacks.
The Blue Lagoon, in Wood End, was served with a three-month closure order at Uxbridge Magistrates' Court on Monday (March 9).
The order means the premises cannot be open for trade and no one may enter unless a police officer is present.
The closure follows three serious incidents at the premises.
In November last year, after two serious assaults inside the pub, the Licensing Authority carried out an expedited review, imposing strict conditions on how the premises was run.
However, four months later there was another serious incident inside.
In the early hours of Saturday (March 7), a large disturbance took place in the main bar, involving around 10 people. Numerous people were seen on CCTV footage using bar stools as weapons.
Following this, Hillingdon Police issued a 48-hour closure order, which the courts have now extended.
Chief Superintendent Nick Downing, of Hillingdon Police, said: "The Blue Lagoon had a series of problems, which it appears the management could not control.
“This closure order shows that it is the management's responsibility to control the patrons of their premises, and that the police will be unfailing in the use of their powers if they do not ensure the licensee complies with those responsibilities."
Sergeant Nick Davies, of Hillingdon Police's joint Licensing, Antisocial Behaviour and Gangs Unit, added: “We have worked with this premises in order to try and improve the situation. Unfortunately, in this case it does not appear to have worked.
“We always seek to work with licensees who have problems in their premises. However, it is the licensee’s responsibility to comply with the Licensing Objectives, and action will be taken against those who don't, won't or cannot meet those statutory terms."
In January, police shut down a shisha lounge in Hayes following complaints of anti-social behaviour.