BOSSES at a petrol station in Bracknell want to sell alcohol at their site 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Bracknell Forest Council licensing chiefs are set to consider the proposal for the BP petrol station on Wokingham Road — but one resident is not happy about the plan.

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They wrote in an objection to the authority: “We live at Portman Close, which is directly opposite the BP garage.

"Our front garden is open plan and even with the present opening hour[s] we find empty cans and bottles.

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“We sometimes have loud shouting and swearing and think if alcohol is sold for 24 hours it will attract people turned out of pubs who still want to drink.”

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The station opens 24 hours a day, seven days a week currently.

Licensing chiefs will decide on the plans at a meeting on Tuesday, January 28.

Should the plans get the green light, booze would have to be consumed off-site.

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The plans come after BP also extended the hours it can sell alcohol from at its Crowthorne station on Bracknell Road.

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Approval for this plan was given by Bracknell Forest councillors despite seven objections from neighbours concerned about an increase in crime and noise coming from the station.