Ed Sheeran has been making headlines recently regarding new additions to his surrey mansion.
The singer was previously facing a huge backlash after installing a large pond in his garden with neighbours believing that it was an outdoor swimming pool for the summer months.
The council appeared to have let Ed Sheeran off with his pond by stating. “There was no evidence that it is not a wildlife pond, as plants are growing in and around it. Or that the planning conditions had been broken. We will continue to monitor the situation.”
However they have since put their foot down by requesting that the ‘Perfect’ singer removes his pub sign and outdoor sauna.
A spokesman for the council said: “We have raised concerns regarding this structure, which requires either planning permission or removal. We have also requested that all unauthorised signage be removed from the Grade II listed barn.”
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