Vernon Kay is fighting to block what he claims to be an illegal bungalow being built to house workers near the Buckinghamshire mansion he shares with wife Tess Daly.
The Family Fortunes presenter, 46, has been complaining for several years that illegal dwellings are being built at the end of their exclusive country lane at their six bedroom home they share with daughters Phoebe and Amber.
He is now leading the fight to block one of the bungalows being certified as legal by Buckinghamshire Council.
I'm A Celebrity runner-up Vernon Kay and wife Tess Daly ran into a volley of objections from neighbours when they tried to build their dream country houseInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The two bedroom home was built in 2014 without planning permission to house the manager of a local fencing store and his family.
The build is 250 metres away from Tess, 52 and Vernon's home, which the TV couple bought for £1.2m.
Last year, the bungalow's owners Timberstone Ltd applied for a retrospective certificate of lawfulness so that the house would be legally recognised, but the council rejected it.
An appeal has since been lodged with the Planning Inspectorate.
At the time, the I'm a Celebrity star objected, noting his and his neighbours complaints against the development.
'The erection of this single storey dwelling has been contested by the residents since it was first built several years ago', he said.
The couple and their two daughters live in the six-bedroom house in Buckinghamshire
'The local planning department told the residents that they were not able to communicate with the resident or owner of the land to pursue the complaint from the residents as they were unable to find such a person associated with the land in question.
'Since the initial complaint and investigation from the local planning department, more single storey dwellings have been erected on land adjacent which are also used for residential purposes.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'The development is also on the Green Belt and should not be permitted. It is in the best interest of the council to use this application to now pursue the complaints further from the