A MASSIVE all-night party is planned in a Huddersfield mill.
Organisers Afterparty have asked Kirklees Council for permission to hold the event at Bates Mill on Queen Street South.
World-famous American DJ Armand van Helden is due to perform at the party, which could attract more than 1,000 people.
It would run from 10pm on Sunday, May 25 until 7am the following morning.
But some residents have written to the council’s Licensing Panel to object.
Clair Short, who lives in the 1535 apartment complex across the road from Bates Mill, said previous events had caused problems.
She said: “If the weather is warm I will have no choice but to keep the skylight windows open as the rooms get very hot. The noise would then be much worse and we definitely wouldn’t be able to sleep until the event had finished.”
The director of 1535 Stephanie Hopkinson has also written to the panel to object.
She said: “These large, all-night events undermine the prevention of crime and disorder in this area when revellers under the influence of various substances seek to intrude or ‘tailgate’ into this private development.
“This development accommodates families with small children whose safety is not best protected by the presence of rowdy intruders.”
But David Biddle, who is organising the event, has assured the panel there will be stewards at both ends of Queen Street South and on Firth Street.
He added: “We will be putting every effort into keeping noise levels to a minimum and it will not be audible to 1535 residents.”
Mr Biddle also said that the event would attract older clubbers.
He said: “Armand van Helden is a mainstream chart DJ, with many songs appearing in the top 10.
“The act, although big, does not have obsessively excited followers. Most of the people who appreciate the music tend to be the slightly older generation of clubber.”
The Licensing Panel will rule on the issue on Tuesday.
In April the panel gave last-minute permission for an all-night party at Bates Mill featuring legendary DJ Pete Tong.
A thousand clubbers attended the event, part of which was broadcast live on Radio 1.