A sports club in Maidenhead could be used as a venue for late night live music events.

The Pavel Pavilion at Braywick Park could soon be used for music events, according to a recently submitted licensing application.

Berkshire Padel, the company that runs the pavilion, has applied to host live and recorded music from 11pm to 1am from Thursday to Sunday.

Additionally, the company has applied to sell alcohol Monday to Wednesday from 10am to 11pm, and from 10am to a closing at 1am Thursday to Saturday.

Drinks sales would end at 11pm on Sundays, according to submitted details.

In order for this activity to take place, Berkshire Padel has had to submit a licensing application to the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.

You can find and comment on the application by typing reference 107238/LAPL01 into the Royal Borough’s planning and licensing portal.

The deadline to respond in a public consultation into the application is Monday, June 10.

Berkshire Padel took over the Pavilion at Brawyick Park on a 20-year lease following a decision by the Royal Borough’s cabinet last October.

The company specialises in padel tennis.

According to information from the Royal Borough, the agreement to take over the Pavilion will generate more than £1 million over the lease period in rental income.