Jeremy Clarkson has been accused of being "fame hungry" as a row over his farm shop continues.
10 complaints have been made to the council by locals who live near the former Top Gear host's Diddly Squat Farm Shop situated in Chadlington.
The 62-year-old TV personality has applied for permission to make changes to the external doors on the shop.
Diddly Squat Farm Shop as been inundated with visitors following the popularity of his Amazon TV show Clarkson's Farm.
The complaints come as Clarkson revealed that the television series currently has no plans to make a second season.
Locals are furious at the proposals to change the shop and say they must be refused after visitors caused chaos on the roads.
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Jeremy's neighbours claim they've had to put up with two-hour traffic jams since the shop opened.
Mrs M J Bell said the proposed new roller doors should be refused, arguing: "There is ample evidence that the applicant has not adhered to the original conditions under which permission for the shop was given.
"For example, it does not sell local produce produced on the 'farm' since the farm (and particularly the so-called 'farmer') does not produce any."
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Local Dr Nina Morgan said the planning application as "the latest in a series of what is clearly a step-by-step strategy to exploit planning loopholes in order for the applicant to gain publicity for his media career. It should be refused."
Chadlington parish councillor Hilary Moore also objected the claims and said the congestion on the roads had become "ridiculous".
She said: "When an application was submitted you were made well aware of how unsuitable the site was, now our roads are clogged with traffic and the whole area is becoming a danger zone with fast cars showing off their speed on narrow lanes, traffic queuing for a miles or so, blocking roads and compromising access for emergency vehicles.
"The farm shop should be closed down immediately and no more permission granted to further developments."
However, a supporting letter for the planning application said they are only applying for permission to appease neighbours.
The document, , written by JPPC chartered town planners, says: "We are aware of the level of public interest in the site and thus have made an application in order that the Council and neighbours are fully appraised of the intended works ahead of their execution."
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Clarkson's Farm was a humorous look at Jeremy's life running his farm in the Cotswolds.
With no previous farming experience, the series saw the TV star contend with disobedient animals, unresponsive crops, and an unexpected pandemic as he took the lead on the land he has owned since 2008.
Jeremy has told fans to "write to Amazon" if they want a second season of the hit documentary series.
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