Jamie Oliver loses battle to stop six new homes being built next to his London HQ
... Road is home to Jamie Oliver HQ and the Naked Chef's cooking school By Luke May For Mailonline Published: 06:21 EDT, 6 August 2020 Updated: 06:49 EDT, 6 August 2020 e-mail View comments Chef Jamie Oliver has lost a battle to stop new homes being built next to his London headquarters despite after claiming it would risk privacy and raise noise
levels. Last month Islington Council approved plans to build a two-storey extension on a building near Oliver's HQ, which is also home to the Naked Chef's cookery school. Raising a complaint on the 45-year-old's behalf, Rob Harrington, facilities manager at the headquarters in Islington, said: 'You can imagine (privacy) is not something J...
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