David and Victoria Beckham submit plans for an outhouse at £6m Cotswolds farmhouse

David and Victoria Beckham have revealed their latest plans to develop their sprawling Cotswolds home with a store for their fleet of tractors and lawnmowers.

Plans show the couple want a large ‘machinery’ shed at their £6 million bolthole on the Great Tew Estate will help with their hobbies of gardening and farming.

But they also need space for the large array of tools to help them tend to their sprawling lawns, tennis courts, treehouse and even a huge lake they have won planning permission to build.

The football legend, 46, and Spice Girl, 47, submitted the plans to West Oxfordshire District Council earlier this month.

A design statement says: ‘The proposed garden machinery store is to be used solely in association with the main dwelling house.

David and Victoria Beckham have revealed their latest plans to develop their sprawling £6million Cotswolds farmhouse with a store for their fleet of tractors and lawnmowers

Big plans: David and Victoria spent much of the UK's first lockdown at their Oxfordshire farmhouse (pictured with children Brooklyn, Cruz, Harper and Romeo)

Big plans: David and Victoria spent much of the UK’s first lockdown at their Oxfordshire farmhouse (pictured with children Brooklyn, Cruz, Harper and Romeo)

‘It will serve as a machinery store for tractors, lawn mowers and other machinery required to manage the garden and grounds, including the adjacent fields which the owners have leased from Great Tew Estate.’

The celebrity couple, who spent most of lockdown in the UK, are also planning a stylish driveway to the shed which will be covered with Cotswolds shingle.

The 55.8 square metre outbuilding will be of traditional design, and shielded from neighbours with hedgerows. 

The building will also have an office if husband David needs to work on his new US football club Inter Miami, or if Victoria needs to put time into her multi-million pound fashion brand.

The couple say the design of the shed will fit in with the beautiful country pad.

Plans show the couple want a large 'machinery' shed at their £6 million bolthole on the Great Tew Estate will help with their hobbies of gardening and farming

Plans show the couple want a large ‘machinery’ shed at their £6 million bolthole on the Great Tew Estate will help with their hobbies of gardening and farming

The football legend, 46, and Spice Girl, 47, submitted the plans to West Oxfordshire District Council earlier this month

The football legend, 46, and Spice Girl, 47, submitted the plans to West Oxfordshire District Council earlier this month

The building will also have an office if husband David needs to work on his new US football club Inter Miami, or if Victoria needs to put time into her multi-million pound fashion brand

The building will also have an office if husband David needs to work on his new US football club Inter Miami, or if Victoria needs to put time into her multi-million pound fashion brand

The plans say: ‘The proposed garden machinery store will be completed using the same high-quality materials as used elsewhere on the site, with waney edged, horizontal weatherboard cladding to the walls, a plain clay tiled roof, timber doors and Crittall style metal windows.

‘The timber post and beam frame will be supported on staddle stones in local ironstone.’

And the superstar couple say they will install bat boxes and spaces for nesting birds to roost in the roof.

Despite enraging neighbours with their several huge plans to develop the farmhouse, no one has objected to their latest project so far.

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