An informant has contacted the native making plans authority claiming Williams, 44, has been taunting the mythical guitarist by means of dressing up as Web page’s Led Zeppelin bandmate Robert Plant and blasting out loud 1970s rock song on outdoor audio system. The “involved citizen” despatched a letter to planners claiming Williams has been taking part in songs by means of “arch rival bands” Black Sabbath, Purple Floyd and Deep Red on every occasion he noticed his neighbour in Holland Park, west London. The submission bureaucracy a part of the respectable record of paperwork lodged with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea over Williams’ plans to construct an underground health club and 30toes swimming pool on the Grade II indexed house the place the singer lives with spouse Ayda Box and their 3 youngsters.
Web page – who celebrated his 75th birthday on Wednesday – has bitterly fought the plans claiming it might injury his personal Grade I indexed house.
The musician commissioned impartial recommendation from acoustic specialists fearing the vibration from construction works may ruin the internal of his Victorian mansion, Tower Area.
Web page is so prepared to offer protection to the valuables he simplest performs acoustic guitar there, by no means electrical.
In spite of his issues, the council’s making plans committee granted permission for the extension on December 19.
Then, 10 days after the verdict, the contemporary submission got here with “conceivable new proof and data that may have a bearing at the ruling”.
The letter, posted at the council’s making plans portal with the writer’s identify and e mail cope with got rid of, additionally discussed stories that Williams dressed up as Plant “by means of dressed in a protracted hair wig and stuffing a pillow beneath his blouse in an try to mock or imitate Robert Plant’s beer abdominal that he has bought in his older age”.
Ultimate evening a spokeswoman for Williams disregarded the claims as “entire fabrication and nonsense”.
The pair had been at loggerheads since Williams purchased the valuables – which had belonged to Michael Winner – in 2013.