Tyson Fury’s plans for Grand Designs-style mansion with pool, hot tub & cinema is on HOLD – over bats and a tree

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TYSON Fury was left furious after being told his grand design to build a luxury pile has hit the skids yet again – due to sleeping bats and an oak tree.

The boxer wants to demolish the main eight bedroom dwelling to replace it with a six-bed house complete with a swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi and cinema in Cheshire’s “Golden Triangle”, popular with celebs and soccer stars.

Tyson Fury’s new mansion is on hold as he is to be allowed to demolish the old one
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Plans for Fury’s new mansion[/caption]


The world champ boxer is now fighting bats[/caption]

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Overgrown land currently occupies the site in Cheshire[/caption]

But now his plans have been thwarted by the council’s eco departments.

Cheshire East Council conservation officer James Baggaley is insisting that the planning application can’t even be examined until next winter to identify if there are any “hibernating bats” and is demanding a survey in six months time.

Another team is demanding that he moves his proposed extravagant pad – for the sake of an oak tree.

Tyson already has to apply for a special bat license from Natural England as a protected bat species has been detected around his current home.

This would mean the planning application can only go through if “the development is of overriding public interest” and “there are no suitable alternatives”.

He’s also insisting that the existing hedgerow, which Tyson wants to remove, is retained.

The former heavyweight champ also needed to submit a biodiversity strategy which “should include proposals for the provision of features for nesting birds including house sparrow and gaps in garden fences to facilitate the movement of hedgehogs, native species planting.”

But he’s not the only officer complaining, as the arboriculture team is concerned about any building work surrounding the root protection area of an oak tree.

The officer states that “further consideration be given to moving or modifying the building footprint to avoid encroachment into the root protection area of the Oak tree.”

Previously, Fury’s plans found trouble after bats were found roosting in a loft and then he was told birds flocking to his pond or fruit trees may be a hazard to nearby jets.

So he ditched the application last year to demolish the original building, and resubmitted plans to extend it, but then had a change of heart.

Now he wants to stick with the first plan of getting rid of the old six-bed property to replace it with a fancy, bigger new pad.

Tyson Fury's life outside of boxing

A WORLD heavyweight champion inside the ring, Tyson Fury also has a colourful life away from his mega fights.

The hit Netflix show At Home With The Furys gave an insight into his day-to-day activities away from boxing.

The Gypsy King is believed to have punched his way to a career haul of nearly £200million.

Fury and his seven kids currently reside in a plush house worth a whopping £1.7m.

He swapped his £550,000 home that overlooked Morecambe Bay for the mansion located in the same area.

Wife Paris, 34, often gives us a glimpse into her fab property by sharing snaps on Instagram.

The home featured heavily in the Netflix show At Home with the Furys, which offered fans a glimpse inside the chaotic and full-on life of Britain’s top heavyweight boxer.

Season one offered a glimpse into his fight preparations ahead of a showdown with Derek Chisora in December 2022.

And Fury also has an absolute monster collection of motors he has been seen behind the wheel of.

Most recently, he added a stunning customised Porsche GT3 RS worth over £200,000 to his car collection.

He is also said to own several Rolex watches, flashing a £60,000 diamond-laden 18ct timepiece from the brand as he prepared for his fight with Whyte.

Tyson Fury gets huge Gypsy King logo embedded on driveway at his mansion as he shares amazing pictures of his home
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Fury’s current mansion in Morecambe, which featured in hit Netflix show At Home With the Furys[/caption]

Courtesy of Netflix

Fury and his family pose for a photo promoting their hit Netflix show[/caption]

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The site currently includes a grim-coloured pond[/caption]

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