The feud between Jimmy Page and his neighbour Robbie Williams is back on after Williams’ builders were reportedly fined £3,000 for drilling too loudly on a Sunday during renovation work on Williams’ London home.
The Evening Standard reports that Page complained on September 11, 2016 after Williams’ builders, CC Construction Ltd, took apart a shed on a Sunday using power tools.
Today in Westminster magistrates court it was ruled that the building firm broke rules around how loud the building works could be, and they were fined £3,000, and were ordered to pay £1,500 in costs and a £170 victim surcharge.
Last month we published a definitive guide to the ongoing feud between Page and Williams, which has been going on since January 2015. In case you’re not up to speed: Page has repeatedly complained over Williams’ plans to renovate his home, which Page has argued are intrusive and too loud.
Williams recently applied to build a garden shed on stilts in his garden, which Page may object to. We’ve checked with the local council and so far they haven’t received an objection from Page, but he has until May 12 to write in.