David and appear to have found themselves inover – the most recent of which is said to involve a barn.
The ex-footballer, 48, and fashion designer, 49 were originally accused of bringing ‘surburbia’ to the countryside after it was revealed they planned to build a greenhouse on their £12million sprawling estate.
It was then reported locals were even more miffed when the family sought planning permission to add a second access road to their property.
Now, has reported that the famous couple are in yet another row – this time over a barn.
The publication claims representatives of David and Victoria are asking for permission to create three separate office spaces in the building, as well as a bathroom.
At this, the neighbour is seemingly unhappy, and they are reported to have called the plans a ‘back-door way’ of turning the barn into ‘residential property.’
They allegedly said in a letter: ‘Surely this is just a back-door way of trying to turn this barn into a residential property. It is a barn and should remain so.’
In the last ‘row’ over the road – which it was claimed was to be used for the building of their greenhouse and allotment – the publication reported that a local wrote to the council about their plans.
They seemingly wrote: ‘I am always amazed at those who come to live in the countryside and then want to bring in suburbia, they are not content to live in a natural country environment, they want “to build a lake”, not content with a small lake they then want to enlarge it to some 4 acres with an island so they can have picnics on the island.
‘The applicants defended their plans, saying they would recreate a classic English meadow scene, well if that was the case I would change my landscape architect because [famous garden designer] Capability Brown would never have designed a garden, with such features as huge football pitched, a spectator stand, an outdoor pool, and a sauna.’
David and Victoria first in 2017 after they bought the Cotswolds home for a cool £6m at the time.
Metro.co.uk has contacted Victoria and David Beckham’s representatives for comment.