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Jamie Durie Reveals Plans For His $2.3M Townhouse On North Beach APPROVED – Following Neighbor Complaints

Jamie Durie has revealed that plans for his $2.3 million mansion on Sydney’s Northern Beaches have been given the green light after his garden sparked a spate of complaints from neighbours.

Speak with The Daily Telegraph this week Jamie revealed that the plans were approved in March.

“The DA for our new house was approved in March this year and will start in the coming weeks,” he said.

Jamie Durie revealed during an interview with The Daily Telegraph that plans for his $2.3 million northern beach house have been approved after his yard sparked a spate of complaints from neighbors

Jamie went on to say that the council has asked for more information about his garden at the back of the house.

“Separately, the municipality has asked me for more information about a garden that was laid out three years ago,” he added.

“I first landscaped the backyard to grow the native vegetation before demolishing and excavating the house, because that’s the most environmentally friendly thing you can do.”

“The DA for our new house was approved in March this year and will start in the coming weeks,” he said. It is believed that Jaime revised the plans a number of times

Jamie plans to transform his waterfront lot at Avalon Beach by tearing down the sixties four-bedroom cottage. A move that was heavily criticized by the locals.

The famed horticulturist, who has planted 2,000 native trees on the property, has dismissed the latest complaints as a case of ‘garden envy’.

The current dispute was caused over Durie’s construction of a retaining wall, reports The Daily Telegraph.

“Separately, the municipality has asked me for more information about a garden that was laid out three years ago,” he added. “I first landscaped the backyard to grow the native vegetation before demolishing and excavating the house, because that’s the most environmentally friendly thing you can do.” Here with Ameka Jane

The construction was “undocumented,” according to the Northern Beaches council. Durie has now submitted a new building application.

Meanwhile, the municipality announced on its website that ‘the action has been suspended pending the decision of the municipality on the application’.

The former Manpower stripper says the city has supported his plans.

An earlier development for Durie's home sparked outrage in the community when it was revealed that the Masked Singer finalist planned to remove 17 native trees.  The latest dispute arose when Durie (pictured with Miguel Maestre) built a retaining wall

An earlier development for Durie’s home sparked outrage in the community when it was revealed that the Masked Singer finalist planned to remove 17 native trees. The latest dispute arose when Durie (pictured with Miguel Maestre) built a retaining wall

“I’m going to continue with the rest of the building of the garden area on the lower half of the lot in front of the house, because that’s the most sustainable thing we can do before we dig,” he said.

An earlier development for Durie’s six-bedroom home sparked outrage from the community when it was revealed that the Masked Singer finalist planned to remove 17 native trees.

There were further complaints that Durie’s “fatally flawed” proposal was overdeveloped and threatened the natural environment, including a neighboring colony of microbats.

According to the report, Durie has changed his plans, reducing the scale of the new house to four bedrooms. He says he now plans to remove only two native trees.

It comes after Durie announced plans to have another child with his fiancée Ameka Jane, 35. The couple are parents to one-year-old daughter Beau.

Jamie Durie appeared in the final season of The Masked Singer as the Tiger

Jamie Durie appeared in the final season of The Masked Singer as the Tiger

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