A BID to convert a sub-post office into a take-away and restaurant has sparked a row at Frimley Green.
People living near the premises in Frimley Green Road have called for the planning application to be thrown out.
Thirty-four residents have written protest letters to Surrey Heath Council, and a further 103 have signed a petition.
Their concerns range from traffic and parking problems to cooking smells and late night rowdy behaviour.
Some also fear that the opening of a take-away and restaurant would hit property prices.
The protesters have won the backing of council planning officials who agree that the proposed business would cause traffic dangers.
In a report they have recommended that the application should be refused. A decision will be made this month.