Oceana Kingston has unveiled a ten point action plan to address anti-social behaviour and reduce noise for its neighbours after feedback from residents.

The superclub, which is owned by the Luminar Group, set out its plan today, having previously introduced a new queuing system to lower noise disruption and a litter collection scheme from Cromwell Road to Old London Road.

The new points include supporting the provision of portable toilets, sponsoring litter bins in front of the Clarence Street venue and working with street pastors to extend patrols throughout the town centre.

Luminar’s operations director Tony Marshall, said: “We take the concerns of residents seriously and have been working in partnership with Kingstonfirst, the police and other late night operators in the town to help ensure that Kingston is a safe and secure place for people to enjoy a night out.

"We are proud to be spearheading this effort to reduce anti-social behaviour and hope that this ten point action plan demonstrates a serious commitment to minimise disruption to local residents.

“It's important to remember that this issue is not isolated to Oceana, which is a well-run, professional nightclub that has been at the heart of the Kingston late night scene for a long time.”

Owners of the nightclub are also in further discussions with Kingston Council and the highways department in relation to managing late night bus routes.