POLICE raided a restaurant in Brockley following a string of complaints from neighbours.

Officers from Brockley, Bellingham and Telegraph Hill safer neighbourhoods teams executed a drugs warrant at the Honeypot in Upper Brockley Road on March 20.

A quantity of cannabis was seized and a 55-year-old man arrested for immigration offences.

Scores of complaints have been made about problems in the road over recent years. Last July, off licence Super Cuts had its licence revoked following a boozy royal wedding street party which led to a shooting.

Police Sergeant Jon Biddle said: "I am aware of the ongoing and long term issues in Upper Brockley Road concerning anti social behaviour and drug supply.

"Working in partnership with Lewisham Council my team and I are going to be addressing the problems that blight our residents and cause a disproportionate amount of crime and disorder on the ward.

"We will be claiming the streets of Brockley back for the law-abiding majority."