But page is not among the neighbours of the west London mansion who have written to their local council over the plans.Local resident Peter Gain wrote to planning chiefs: 'In the spirit of neighbourliness I reached out to the owners...But now I've f**ked everything up, my back's out, I've had the man flu.I should take it slowly sometimes, I'm not a teenager any more.Speaking to Digital Spy to mark his Master Card Priceless Surprises campaign, he said of his Brits Icon award: "Look, it was a great bit of promo for my tour."It's kind of that big an achievement that it's hard to work out why I've got 18 Brits and no-one else has. Robbie admits that he finds awards odd at the best of times, and that's why he often prefers to give them away to friends and family."Why do you give the Brit Awards away?
For more exclusive details on Amell and Ricci's wedding, pick up the latest issue of Us Weekly, on newsstands Wednesday, October 19.to implore them to engage directly with those of us affected most by their proposed plans.'During this process I learned several important issues which lead me to the conclusion that I must object strongly to the proposed application.'The excessive height and substantial size of the proposed structure will constitute a harm to our living conditions, as it will substantially increase a sense of enclosure for us.'Another neighbour, Minnie Badenoch, added: 'Many owners and residents in the estate including ourselves, value and cherish the heritage and rules of our area.'We submit that any planning submission approval decision should value the traditions and expectations of the community above the desires of the individual.'The approval of the proposed summerhouse would be detrimental to residential amenities enjoyed by many.'Fellow resident Olivia Band also blasted the plans, saying they were not in keeping with Robbie's Grade II listed home, which lies in a planning 'conservation area'.She wrote: 'The proposed erection of a summerhouse in the grounds of...Led Zeppelin guitarist Page previously hit out over renovations at Williams's home, calling the work architecturally 'unfortunate' and said it could seriously damage his own historic home built in 1781.After Williams, 43, unveiled new plans for an 8.6m x 4.9m summerhouse in the garden, it appeared the stage was set for another confrontation between the pair.
Robbie Williams has sparked a fresh row with neighbours over plans for a summerhouse in the garden of his £17.5million mansion.