Concerns have been raised over a Beaconsfield restaurant’s plans to serve alcohol until 2:45am.

Ohana Restaurant & Lounge at 1-2, Burkes Court, Station Rd has applied to extend its licensing hours by one hour and 45 minutes.

This would mean the eatery – formerly known as Tarrus – could serve alcohol from 11am to 1:45am Sunday – Thursday and 11am to 2:45am, Friday – Saturday.

Members of Beaconsfield Town Council have objected to the plans – despite there being no complaints from neighbours, emergency services or licensing authority.

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The council’s assistant clerk said: “The opening hours are too late, and they are concerned about the noise impact on the residents.”

Peter Conisbee, representing Ohana, told a meeting of Buckinghamshire Council’s licensing committee: “No one has ever complained about this venue before.”

He added: “I believe the Town Council has a lack of knowledge of the venue because this venue has never appeared on their radar.”

Marlon Mitchell from Ohana told the meeting that there had been huge demand to run the first floor of the venue as a member’s area.

He said: “There is not one house on Burkes Road that doesn’t want to sign up to a membership.”

The licensing committee will announce its decision in due course.