Passion Night Club in Dudley could lose its licence after residents complained about “ruckus” and “raves” that went on late into the night.

The club, on Dock Lane, was granted a new licence in October despite objections from more than 35 residents and a petition from the general public.

As part of that licence the club has to empty by 2.30am but residents say parties regularly go on until six in the morning. The council will now review the licence on June 28.

Kim Lesniewski who lives across the road from Passion Club said: “We had a big rave up here a few weeks ago. It was a nightmare.

“It went on from about half past 11 at night and it finished at six in the morning, and you don’t say anything because you don’t want your windows smashed in.

“We don’t need that around here. I’ve lived here now for 37 years and we’ve never had this.”

Another resident added: “I went to bed at three in the morning, I’d stopped up to watch a movie. I looked out the window and about 20 cars pulled up and obviously they park all over the place.

“They keep revving the cars up so that they backfire. They’re idiots, you think they’d be driving economically with the price of juice now.

“It went on till six in the morning and that’s when the ruckus started when they all came out of the club. They were shouting at the top of their voices and I think the police came.”

The nightclub also sits opposite the old Dudley Leisure Centre which closed in January after the opening of the new multimillion-pound Duncan Edwards Leisure Centre.

The council now plans to transform the site into 88 new homes but residents are worried the noisy nightclub might deter buyers.