Tenants have been kicked out of their home following complaints about drug-fuelled parties raging into the early hours.
Neighbours of the property at 67 Fenton House, in Biscoe Close, Heston, had complained about drug-dealing, loud music blaring during the night and people urinating in the lifts, according to Hounslow Council.
The flat was raided on April 21 and police arrested a man, who was not a tenant at the address, on suspicion of possessing drugs with the intent to supply.
Hounslow Council then successfully applied for a closure order, which was approved at Feltham Magistrates' Court on Monday (July 6).
Members of the council's community safety team joined forces with Hounslow Police and Hounslow Housing to secure the property that day.
The flat was boarded up and the tenants have been banned from entering the premises for three months.
The man who was arrested has been bailed to return for police questioning, the council said.
The council's legal team is now looking to secure possession of the property so the tenants can be permanently evicted.
Councillor Richard Foote, Hounslow Council's cabinet member for community protection, said: "This sends out a clear message that we will not tolerate antisocial behaviour that makes the lives of others a misery.
"We had a number of complaints about the tenants living at 67 Fenton House from several of their neighbours. We are now looking to permanently remove their right to a tenancy at this address."
Police chief inspector Rob Weir said: "The eviction and closure notice will give the residents in this area a welcome respite from the antisocial behaviour that was afflicting this local community.
"This is effective partnership working in action that has witnessed many departments - Hounslow Homes, Community Safety Team and the council funded police team - work together, challenge antisocial behaviour and reclaim the area for the decent people who live on the estate."