Ed Sheeran “faces investigation from council” after new outside development spotted on Instagram post – .

Ed Sheeran “faces investigation from council” after new outside development spotted on Instagram post – .

Ed Sheeran is set to face a new investigation from the council after hawk-eyed neighbors spotted a new wooden gazebo in his multi-million pound estate.
The singer, 30, has bought a number of properties in the town of Framlingham to create a £ 3.7million mini-village, but reports of yet another new development have reportedly infuriated his neighbors.

The gazebo was spotted on a playful post the Shape of You singer uploaded to his Instagram account and the star may now be facing questions from locals as to whether he has obtained a legal building permit for it. new construction.

Its grounds already include four houses, a wildlife pond, a gym and an outdoor kitchen and the new gazebo has been noticed near the pub on the grounds called The Lancaster Lock.

A source told The Sun they were stunned someone had complained.

Ed Sheeran’s Estate in Suffolk

They said: “He had permission to build a bar, with a terrace and a pizza oven, as well as two barbecues. But whoever complained said the kiosk had never been there before.

“Now the council is considering whether it needs a building permit for this. Because his property is grade two listed, all kinds of hoops need to be passed if any work is done. “

And East Suffolk Council confirmed to the publication that the matter is under investigation.

A spokesperson said: “We have been advised that a gazebo has been erected on this property and we are investigating to determine if there are any planning requirements. “

The Mirror has reached out to Ed’s reps for comment.

It is not the first time that the sensation of singing has been in hot water because of a building permit on his estate.

In 2019, he reportedly left neighbors furious with his animal pond because they weren’t convinced that was exactly what it was.

Ed had requested permission to have a “wildlife pond” on his property, but infuriated the locals by building what they thought was a plush pool instead.

This isn’t the first time Ed has faced building permit issues.

Putting the shoe on the other foot, last year Ed reportedly attempted to stop the extension of his neighbor’s garden as the neighborhood battles continued.

In an objection letter sent to East Suffolk Council on behalf of the singer, Paul Smith, director of Apexc Planning Consultants, called the proposal “misleading”.

He wrote: “… it would expand the village into the countryside in an unplanned and artificial way, to the detriment of the distinctiveness of the immediate surroundings, without a reasoned justification. “

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