David and Victoria Beckham in new row with neighbours as they’re accused of ‘trying to build new home’ at £12m estate | The Sun

DAVID and Victoria Beckham are in a new row with their neighbours, after being accused of ‘secretly trying to build a new home’ at their £12million estate.

Just last month the A-list couple were accused of trying to build a road across a public footpath in order to construct a greenhouse at the luxury pad. 

And now, new plans from David, 48, and Victoria's, 49, representatives are asking for permission to create three separate office spaces in the building, plus a bathroom.

But it has left their neighbour unhappy, and they’ve slammed Becks and Victoria’s plans in a letter, writing: “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.”

The Sun has contacted David and Victoria’s representatives for comment.

David and Victoria often spend long weekends at their Cotswolds pile after snapping it up for £6million in 2017.

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They pumped cash into renovating the Grade II listed barn conversion, which has a sauna, safari tent and football pitch.

David has just been granted planning permission by the local council to build a kitchen garden and greenhouse in the grounds of his home.

But a separate application to create a new road to his property has angered local people who have accused him of beginning the work before being given the green light by officials.

It's caused several neighbours to write letters of complaint to  the council, with one furious letter saying: “I believe, as do many in the surrounding area suggest, the applicants want a longer drive into their property, rather than the short drive from the lane they currently use to have access to their property, this may because the public have access all the way down this lane because it is a public road.

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“I have been speaking to people in the business of supplying greenhouses in the United Kingdom all have said this greenhouse could be erected within a period of 2/3 months at the most.

“Why do the applicants require a temporary construct on access for 2 years on a public footpath?

"I am always amazed at those who come to live in the countryside and then want to bring in suburbia, they are not content to live in a natural country environment."

The couple previously came under fire from locals after their plans to build a huge lake.

They ended up winning approval for the council, as long as they didn’t use motorised boats on it.

It is now said to be worth £12million.

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