Holly Willoughby and husband Dan Baldwin told of plans to expand their £ 3 billion home, with neighbors working from home saying it would be too noisy.
Holly Willoughby allegedly broke up a planning row with her neighbors.
The presenter, 40, is hoping to add a first-floor side and rear extension to his six-bedroom house in south west London, reports Sun.
This is the latest in the star’s line of improvement and her husband Dan Baldwin, 46, is expecting her £ 3million home run.
Oh dear: Holly Willoughby allegedly broke up a planning row with her neighbors
An application made to Richmond Council is considered in its initial phase of public consultation, with agents saying the change will ‘help balance the two wings of the house’.
However the publication reports that an irregular resident has opposed any change in the property as a ‘noise and disruption’ of the project.
Stating that they now work from home due to the epidemic, the neighbor said: ‘My work location is correct from the project and it is not standard to live in such an expensive area for so many days and whole weeks. Live.
‘I do not pay taxes to achieve this level of disruption, it is not quality of life. I completely oppose it and refuse to go beyond the project. ‘
MailOnline has contacted representatives of Holi for a comment.
Schemes? This Morning presenter, 40, and her husband, 46-year-old Dan Baldwin, are hoping to add a first-floor side-and-back extension to their six-bedroom house in London.
Hawley and Dan have faced set backs in the past with plans and additions to their home construction.
Last month, Holly then planted an NHS flag and her TV producer allegedly angered neighbors by putting a big flag on her in 2017.
The couple was accused of ‘lowering the tone’ of the Surrey neighborhood, putting up a Union Jack flag.
Speaking to The Mirror, a neighbor said: ‘This is one of the most desirable streets, we are traditionally Conservative or Liberal Democrats in the region, not the BNP.
‘It is not really of the region. The house is one of the oldest in the neighborhood, and is a prominent tower. There was never a Union Jack on it. ‘
Problems: This is the star’s latest in a line of improvements and her husband is expected to live in their £ 3 million family home (pictured at Holi at home during their Easter)
In 2016, Holly also asked neighbors to harass her after her planning application for the expansion of a two-story building.
According to reports, his neighbors intervened, believing that it would ‘compromise the character and appearance of the building’.
Also Dan is said to have sent about 50 emails assuring neighbors that he and Holly were watching TV on one occasion during the same year.
This came to light when a neighbor allegedly accused the couple of keeping them awake all night for ‘their partying’.
While in 2019 Holly and Dan were reported to be in their £ 3 million London home ready for the ninth construction project in seven years.
The presenter wanted to convert a garage in his property into a one-bedroom flat to accommodate the au pair to take care of their three children, Meltline revealed.
She hoped to add a second story to an existing brick-built garage at the end of her garden in London, revealed with documents from her domestic council.
The development was Holly’s 13th planning application and was built since her husband bought her four-story family home in 2012 for £ 2.8 million.
Nine of his applications were for construction work and property alterations, while another four have been done for pruning trees in his garden.
The couple’s biggest project was four years ago when they were allowed to dig and build a basement for their six-bedroom house.
Building plan: Holly and Dan’s biggest project is four years ago when they were allowed to dig and build a basement for their bedroom