Jamie Oliver has been given the go-ahead to build a greenhouse to grow vegetables in at his £6 million Essex mansion. The celebrity chef, 45, has got the green light from the council to start work on the traditional timber-framed vegetable patch at his Grade-I listed 70-acre mansion estate - Spains Hall - in Finchingfield, Essex.
The TV chef bought the country mansion at the start of 2019 and had building work done on the house before he moved in with wife Jools and their five children. The timber structure will be built on the site of the old greenhouse, and the roof will lean against the wall at a slant.
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