Kanye West has erected a large white wall around the ranch style church he has on his $20million 300-acre property in Calabasas Hills, California.
In new images, a pair of structures are seen completely closed in by the high walls in a section of the sprawling property, owned by the rapper and designer, 43, and his wife, Kim Kardashian, 39.
The Grammy-winning performer had previously tried to erect a set of dome structures in the same location last year prior, to Los Angeles County Department of Public Works officials ordering him to tear them down.
The latest: Kanye West, 43, has erected a large white wall around the ranch style church he has on his 300-acre property in Calabasas Hills, California
Problems arose from the project amid complaints from neighbouring residents who were rankled by the noise and traffic the construction of the domes attracted to the area.
'Cars everywhere, and it was obviously an imposition on everybody on the street with very little notice,' one neighbour of the rapper told KCAL.
Authorities made the Bound 2 artist take down the domes - which West drew inspiration from, referencing the fictional Star Wars planet Tatooine - in September of 2019, citing a lack of permits required.
Civic-minded: West weighed the possibility of building the structures to help curb the homeless problem in his initial design
Kanye weighed the possibility of building the structures to help curb the homeless problem in his initial design.
A second structure had a large wall bordering the property but not completed the whole way around
Public works officials told CNN of the structures, 'It's the objective of our building officials to help property owners build in a way that protects public safety and is in compliance with state and county codes.
'This is a standard enforcement action for our office, and property owners are given ample time to comply with the order by either removing the unpermitted construction or submitting plans for approval and securing a building permit(s).'
The father-of-four, who shares North, seven, Saint, four, Chicago, two, and Psalm, one, with wife Kim Kardashian, eventually built the domes on property he owns in Wyoming with the reality star.
In an interview with Elle, Kim opened up about Kanye's motivation for putting on his Sunday Services, which started at home and have travelled across the US – and even to Jamaica – in recent years.
'It’s honestly more like a healing experience for my husband,' she said of the music-based performances, which have become hugely popular.
'It’s just music; there’s no sermon. It’s definitely something he believes in — Jesus