There's another call for clubs in St. Lawrence Gap to be allowed to play music later than three o'clock on mornings.
This time it’s coming from Dean Serrao, the managing director of the new Sugar Ultra-Lounge.
The club has replaced the landmark Ship Inn nightclub and restaurant.
Mr. Serrao was speaking to CBC News during the official opening of the club Thursday night.
Over the years residents near the area and a number of small hotel owners in St. Lawrence Gap have been complaining about the loud music which they said had caused many of their guests to even check out and go some place quieter.
This then caused the Royal Barbados Police Force to regulate the playing of loud music after hours.
He says this policy needs to be relaxed as the Gap is one of Barbados' busiest entertainment areas and vital to the tourism sector.
The new club which also features a restaurant has employed sixty people.
Mr. Serrao says they have invested heavily in the latest sound and lighting equipment