With the imminent arrival of Jeremy Clarkson's new farming show, 'I bought the farm', on Amazon Prime, it's been confirmed the local council has approved his farm shop application.
Despite complaints from some neighbours suggesting it might affect local business, the plans for the 'Diddly Squat' farm shop have been approved.
Clarkson said he "didn't blame" his neighbours for having issues with the shop as, "what would be the point of planning permission?" He also said he does not intend to cause any harm whatsoever to the local trade.
The shop will sit alongside his farm in Chadlington, west Berkshire. The build will include accessible routes, a surfaced car park and an agreement not to film for more than nine months within a 27-month period. The farm shop must also only stock local produce – presumably his own.
Along with the farm shop will be a lambing shed. The plans above show how Clarkson's ambitious and exciting 1,000 acre farming project will develop.
We'll be seeing more on Amazon Prime in the coming months.