Wednesday, August 23, 2006

McCartney ready to destroy house for cabin

Paul McCartney, in a dispute with East Sussex, England, planning officers over a cabin built without a permit, has offered to tear down a house in exchange.

His estranged wife Heather Mills had been using the lakeside timber lodge on Woodlands Farm in Peasmarsh so the couple`s 2-year-old daughter Beatrice could be near both parents. Mills blamed McCartney for not getting permission for the cabin`s construction, the Daily Mail reported.

McCartney now has offered to tear down a three-bedroom house and two barns to save the cabin. The council`s planning head Frank Rallings said it will review his offer.

But the former Beatle`s children, Stella, Mary and James from his previous marriage, are said to be upset about the possible loss of the house and barns. Their mother Linda lived on the estate, which the family has owned for 25 years -- until her death in 1998.


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