Ed Sheeran wants people to “mind their own business”

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Ed Sheeran wants people to “mind their own business” when it comes to his house.

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The “Bad Habits” singer and his wife Cherry have repeatedly faced objections from local residents, who have raised concerns about the various changes he has made or intends to make. to his Suffolk estate – including proposals for a chapel, his own field pub, and a lake – and he admitted he can’t understand why he’s been targeted so often.

He said, “Do you know the craziest (planning argument) for me was the lake I dug. Well, it’s basically a pond that … I can show you pictures of it, it’s gray filled with tadpoles and swamp stuff – it’s not a pool, it’s a lake… they make it look blue online like it doesn’t look like that at all.

“There is no filter system, it cleans itself naturally with the plants in it. There is a great thing like wildlife and newts and blah, blah, blah.

“It used to be there, it was like a plowed field. So there’s a lot more wildlife out there now, it’s surrounded by that.

“Fourteen thousand trees that have been planted, which is great for the environment. There are plenty of animals. We let the meadow grow. All the animals are watching.

“I just think people just need to mind their own business.”

The estate was nicknamed “Sheeranville,” but Ed insisted the name had nothing to do with it, and his own choice of nickname for his house was turned down.

He told Fleur East on Hits Radio, “” I didn’t name him that. I actually tried changing the name to The Shire because I love The Hobbit. But it was refused. “

Ed’s comments come after it was revealed the ‘Shape of You’ singer was under investigation by local council after someone objected to a wooden gazebo he had spotted in the background of one of his Instagram videos.

A source said: “It is beyond belief for anyone to take the time to phone the council and complain about it, but someone did.

The gazebo was spotted after Ed posted a video of him in the garden last month talking about his musical comeback. He can be seen standing in front of his boozer, the Lancaster Lock.

“He had permission to build a bar, with a terrace and a pizza oven, as well as two barbecues. But whoever complained said the kiosk has never been there before.

“Now the council is considering whether he needs a building permit for this. Because his property is listed in grade two, all kinds of hoops have to be crossed if any work is done.”



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