Jeremy Clarkson has applied for planning permission to expand the car park on his Oxfordshire farm.
The broadcaster, 61, was rejected by the West Oxfordshire County Council (WODC) planning committee in January.
The new app is for expanding an existing parking area to “formalize temporary parking” on his property, called Diddly Squat farm, as well as providing new accessibility arrangements .
The proposal also includes a new archive and “related landscape”.
The farm, the subject of an Amazon Studios series called Clarkson’s Ranch, has been popular with visitors since the show aired last June.
Clarkson bought the farm in 2008 and it was run by a villager, but when he retired in 2019, the TV presenter decided to see if he could run it himself. .
The series’ success has seen people flocking to the farm store to purchase products such as Beef Juice, Canola Oil, Chili Sauce, and Jam.
Previous reports said neighbors were annoyed by the amount of shoppers queuing for hours.
His final application, which also included a 50-seat restaurant, with a kitchen, “internal catering and seating areas” inside a sheep shed at his Diddly Squat Ranch, was also rejected. .
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However, there is no mention of the restaurant in his latest proposal, made on March 3 of this year.
Clarkson has been contacted for comment.
Nearly 70 comments opposed the most recent online application, while 17 were in favor.
Opponents say the development will “create further erosion of the tranquility and will have a significant environmental impact in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)” in while others said the app would “make traffic worse”.
Proponents of the app said the plans would “completely improve the immediate area around the existing store” while the proposals around parking and improving walkways would “dramatically improve the situation.” Figure”.
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/jeremy-clarkson-reapplies-for-car-park-extension-on-diddly-squat-farm-41439209.html Jeremy Clarkson applies to expand parking at Diddly Square Farm