Victoria and David Beckham confuse neighbors with the 'ugly' lake plan

Victoria and David Beckham confuse neighbors with the 'ugly' lake plan

David and Victoria Beckham have angered neighbors by planning for a lake on their country property.

The couple submitted plans for a "roughly kidney-shaped" lake at their 6 million home in Cotswolds, about 3,000m2 and 4m deep, but local residents rejected the offer. Will be removed from "Keeping". Area, "ugly" and "cruel".

Sue Jones wrote: "I'm been local most of my life and I want to object to this terrible plan.

"It has a bad effect on native wildlife, it loses vital food habitats. Can't people be happy with the beautiful scenery they have?"

The lake - which is surrounded by a variety of wildlife, shrubs, bushes, and pressures - has also been the motto for the inclusion of natural water springs, citing pollution issues in the area and development at the nearby Soho Farmhouse. This is the reason for such problems.

According to The Sun newspaper, Charlotte Waddington objected: "We oppose these plans for the following reasons - we were not informed of the plan application - when and where were these notices posted?"

“We live very close to this new construction site and are strongly opposed to the seating of another new (4m deep) new lake - Soho House already

"How do they propose to fill this lake? If another borehole (Soho Farmhouse) is drilled, it will definitely affect the water table.

"[We] have been feeding on natural springs for hundreds of years, which are now being affected by these new water properties. We are getting less water and it is getting polluted."

The couple - who have four children - want to keep the lake around the banks, giving them more privacy and believing that the water feature "enhances the landscape in terms of beauty and biodiversity", which also enhances family happiness. "."

The estate, designed by Marcus Barnett, already has a 'wonder garden', a natural swimming pool - it uses recycled water from the main house - an orchard and a pergola.

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