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As you may remember, earlier this year Jimmy Page seemingly wrapped up his 4-year-long legal battle with singer/songwriter Robbie Williams. It all started when Robbie (who was and is Jimmy’s neighbor) wanted to put an underground underground swimming pool in his house. The problem was that this would require significant changes to Jimmy’s residence, and that his premises has a protected status.
For 4 years both Jimmy and Robbie couldn’t reach a compromise, so the issue was taken to Kensington Town Hall where Jimmy made a final plea to protect his residence. Kensington Town Hall ruled in his favor and Robbie’s plans for an underground swimming was postponed indefinitely.
However, Jimmy is not quite out of the woods yet. He still has one thing left to do before this ongoing feud is over, and that’s confront Robbie himself.
There was just recently a meeting at the Kensington and Chelsea Council Planning Committee where councillor Quentin Marshall advised that both parties discuss this issue personally stating. He said “It seems they are not that far apart. It’s slightly frustrating. I know the two principals are very busy, but surely they can find a way to talk, which might resolve many of the problems.”
So, despite the Kensington Town Hall ruling in his favor earlier this year, it doesn’t quite seem like Jimmy is quite done with dealing with Robbie just yet. We certainly hope that these two can resolve their issues in a peaceful manner.
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