Lewis Hamilton plans to build party pad in garden of his £18m mansion, neighbours object

first_img Arnold Dsouza Written By First Published: 11th August, 2020 16:46 IST 1 month ago Bottas fastest in practice for 70th Anniversary Grand Prix 1 month ago Kevin Magnussen refuses to take a knee for Black Lives Matter due to ‘political angle’ LIVE TV FOLLOW US Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton has reportedly upset his neighbours, who fear that the Mercedes-AMG superstar is planning to build a party pad in the garden of his £18m west London mansion. Lewis Hamilton’s plans for a summer home have sparked letters of objection from his neighbours, who are now working in tandem to slam the brakes on its construction. It is reported that Hamilton is almost never seen in his London mansion and his neighbours are concerned over the effects of a new summer house getting built in his garden.ALSO READ: Lewis Hamilton Wins 7th British Grand Prix Despite Punctured Tyre And Max Verstappen DuelLewis Hamilton’s neighbours object to summer house in the gardenAccording to reports from The Sun, Lewis Hamilton is planning to build a summer house on his 200ft garden. However, it is believed that the six-time F1 world champion is keen on using that summer house as a party pad. Hamilton purchased his west London home in 2017 but his neighbours have not taken kindly to the star’s new plans for his backyard.  SUBSCRIBE TO US WE RECOMMEND ALSO READ: F1’s Pandemic Pause Spurs Hamilton To Race On For 2-3 YearsOne of Hamilton’s neighbours has claimed that his property definitely doesn’t need another house in the backyard. Hamilton’s nearby neighbour also explained that the summer house is clearly going to be used as a ‘party pad’ away from the main residence due to the nature of his lavish lifestyle. It was also reported that Hamilton is “almost never” in his London mansion with the place being empty most of the time.ALSO READ: Lewis Hamilton ‘ready’ To Commit To Mercedes For 3 Years On Mammoth £180 Million DealA second neighbour feared that healthy trees would be taken down in order to build the house. Hamilton’s adjacent neighbour felt that the beautiful greenery would be destroyed in the backyard if the new summer house is built. The neighbours have also complained that the construction of the party pad would reduce the natural light they require in order to work. Lewis Hamilton net worth: Lewis Hamilton mansion in west LondonLewis Hamilton’s mansion in west London has six spacious bedrooms and four reception rooms. There are also two stylish bathrooms in the main residence and a spacious garden in the backyard. It was previously owned by Burberry chief designer Christopher Bailey and financier Ben Goldsmith. ALSO READ: Mercedes To Finish Formula E Season In All-black CarsAccording to reports from Celebrity Net Worth, the Lewis Hamilton net worth is an estimated $285 million. Hamilton earns around $50 million per year, the majority of which comes from his Mercedes contract that pays him $40 million per year. Hamilton has been criticised by some MPs as he avoids paying UK taxes by spending most of his time out of the country.Disclaimer: The above mentioned Lewis Hamilton net worth figure has been sourced from various reports. This website does not guarantee 100% accuracy of the figure.Image Credits – Lewis Hamilton Instagram WATCH US LIVE 4 weeks ago Hamilton fastest ahead of F1 qualifying at Silverstone 1 month ago Lewis Hamilton puts off signing new Mercedes deal due to ‘other people losing jobs’ Last Updated: 11th August, 2020 16:46 IST Lewis Hamilton Plans To Build Party Pad In garden Of His £18m mansion, Neighbours Object Formula 1 star Lewis Hamilton plans on building a party pad in the garden of his London mansion but his neighbours have slammed the brakes on its construction. 1 month ago Racing Point penalised, Hamilton fastest in practice ahead of 70th Anniversary GP COMMENTlast_img read more

James “Jim” Marinucci, 58, Iola: Aug. 1, 1954 – Feb. 13, 2013

first_imgJames “Jim” Marinucci, of Iola, Kans. died Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at Wesley Medical Center in Wichita at the age of 58.James was born the son of Frank and Bonita (Fields) Marinucci on August 1, 1954 in Euclid, Ohio.Survivors include sisters, Vanessa Jones and her husband Mark of Madison, Ohio, Annette Cholewa and her husband Bruce of Eastlake, Ohio, Mary Angstrom and her husband Chuck of Georgia, and Fallie Keyhoe of Arizona.He was preceded in death by his parents.To share a memory or leave condolences, please visit www.dayfuneralhome.info.Arrangements are by Day Funeral Home & Crematory, Wellington.last_img