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Drifter posted..

A club which holds regular fetish nights is to go before council planners – after a neighbour complained about the parking.

The private members’ club only came to Tameside council’s attention when they investigated the complaint and discovered the club had never applied for permission to change the use. Manchester Alternative Rooms (MARS) has now submitted a retrospective application to change the use.

The club, which is described as a ‘non-profit community project for people in alternative lifestyles’, advertises a range of kinky nights on its website.

A statement from the club, which is run by volunteers and has raised money for a number of charities, said it was a place where people could express themselves ‘without fear of persecution’. Events include the ‘FemDom Divas’ for female dominants and mistresses to bondage events and furry fetish nights entitled Parties 4 Puppies and Pets.

“We have been open for a year without having any issues with local businesses or residents and we intend to continue in our quiet, unassuming way and trust that people will understand and support us in our efforts.”

A council spokesman said: “A complaint against these premises was lodged by a resident of Micklehurst Road alleging parking problems from people attending a private members’ club near his home.

A decision is expected to be made by the council’s planning committee next month.