Holly Willoughby has angered neighbours with ‘flawed’ building plans to put a two-storey extension on her £3million mansion.
The property based in an affluent London suburb has five bedrooms and now Holly and her husband Dan Baldwin want to add another two bedrooms on to the side and it appears that they are having a basement put in too.
They neighbours have objected the build because the house is in a conservation area and the extension would ‘compromise the character and appearance of the building’.
This has not been good for her neighbors because not only have the couple been accused of having late-night parties – what they both denied they have also caused so much noise with the building work.
It was back in July when the planning permission was published forcing their neighbours to complain.
Now it’s been said that Holly and Dan have ‘exploit’ the planning system according to reports.
It was only back in 2012 when they had a a flat-roofed, ground-floor extension, which they said would ‘enhance’ the design of the house.
Holly’s Neighbours Dr Christina Atchison and Kirsty Brown have said:
‘The justification made by the applicants regarding using the proposed alterations to remove out of context flat roof ground floor extensions, is flawed.
‘Firstly, it was the present applicants who made these unsympathetic extensions in 2012, secondly it would set a bad precedent and send the wrong message that house owners can exploit their previous poor developments as a justification for further development.’
This comes just three years after the pair where accused by the neighbours of having loud parties until early in the morning.