PLANS by Robbie Williams to put up a £2million fence may spark a new feud with star neighbour Jimmy Page.
He reckons the wooden trellis will give him more privacy.
A planning application says “one shortcoming of the property is that proper privacy is lacking”.
He argued unsuccessfully that vibrations could damage ancient paintings and frescoes in his home, where he has lived for 50 anni.
Angels singer Robbie, 48, is putting in an indoor pool, gym and underground passageway.
His new bid is for a trellis to three sides of the property’s boundary.
Robbie paid a £238.20 fee to Kensington and Chelsea council for the application.
Barton Engineers, which wrote a Heritage Statement, disse: “Wall elevations are low and allow passers-by a view of the garden.
“As part of a landscaping scheme, the designer has proposed the use of trellis panels as a low-impact way of increasing the privacy within the garden.
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“It is our view that said intervention will have negligible impact on the heritage value of the property.”
Works by The Garden Trellis Company, of Clacton, Essex, are set to start and end early next year.
Jimmy outbid David Bowie to buy his in 1972.
Robbie’s application is due to be decided by January 19.