David and Victoria Beckham blasted by neighbour for over planning application

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David and Victoria Beckham’s plans for their Cotswolds Mansion have hit another stumbling block as a neighbour complained that they were using “a back-door way” to turn a barn into a residential space.

The complaint came about after the couple lodged another planning application for the estate on August 2 seeking permission to convert their barn roof space into a home office.

In documents seen by Express.co.uk a neighbour called Stuart Leaf lodged an objection this week.

In it he said: “Surely this is just a back-door way of trying to turn this barn into a residential property. It is a barn and should remain so.”

It is just the latest complaint to befall the couple since they began work on their property.

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An earlier approved planning application to build a giant greenhouse and allotment at their Cotswolds mansion also drew complaints when they subsequently applied to use an existing farm track as a temporary construction access track.

A man called Nicholas Smith objected to the application claiming that the track is a “public right of way”.

The complainant, who listed a London address, states: “West Oxfordshire District Council should have not (sic) investigated this application more, if they had they would have discovered it is a public right of way and listed as a “footpath” with Oxfordshire County Council.

“It is also listed on the Ramblers Website as a public footpath with a public right of way number 234/7/10,” they continue.

“I trust the local authority will now look into this matter,” he concluded.

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Express.co.uk also previously reported on another complaint about the planned construction.

A neighbour called Ms Sue Lee complained about their plans to build the access road, saying it “is a needless use of materials.”

“There is already an access road to the property so what is the point of laying another road just to build a fancy greenhouse?” she queried. “That seems pointless and a waste of resources,” she concluded.

The application, submitted on June 30, is still under consideration by West Oxfordshire District Council.

The construction has been estimated to take two years, according to planning applications seen by Express.co.uk.

Express.co.uk contacted representatives for David Beckham, who declined to comment. 

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