James May's £3million superhome is STILL under construction

The Grand Tour host James May's £3million superhome is STILL under construction four months after it looked set to finish as lockdown delays work James May, 56, bulldozed two cottages on the existing site to build space big enough to house his vehicles The build, which initially looked as though it would be completed before end of lockdown, has slowed down Recent pictures of the site in west London show that it is still decked out with numerous building materials

By Raven Saunt For Mailonline

Published: 18:24 BST, 11 September 2020 | Updated: 20:46 BST, 11 September 2020

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James May's £3million superhome is still under construction as builders continue putting the finishing touches to the west London property.

The Top Gear host, 56, bulldozed two cottages on the existing site in order to build a space big enough to house his vast motorbike and luxury car collection.

But the building work, which initially looked as though it would be completed before the end of lockdown, appears to have slowed down.   

James May's £3million superhome is still under construction as builders continue putting the finishing touches to the west London property

James May's £3million superhome is still under construction as builders continue putting the finishing touches to the west London property

The Top Gear host, 56, bulldozed two cottages on the existing site in west London to build a space big enough to house his vast motorbike and luxury car collection. Pictured: Plans outlined in red show the area of May's property that was bulldozed before the rebuilding job began

The Top Gear host, 56, bulldozed two cottages on the existing site in west London to build a space big enough to house his vast motorbike and luxury car collection. Pictured: Plans outlined in red show the area of May's property that was bulldozed before the rebuilding job began

Recent pictures of the site show that it is still decked out with numerous building materials despite brand new glass and brick work on show. 

May, who is worth an estimated £10million, bought the house in 2000 for £325,000 and the adjoining semi-derelict commercial property five years ago for £310,000, both of which were demolished for the build. 

It is still anticipated that the work will conclude later this year for May and his partner, dance critic Sarah Frater, to move back in.  

The 56-year-old moved all of his luxury cars and motorbikes around the corner from the site in a conservation area in Hammersmith,

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