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Brick it up before it go-goes.

POP star George Michael is in a bitter dispute with his neighbour over a crumbling wall at his London mansion.

The wrangle has blown up because the 300-year-old boundary walls are starting to crack up at his luxury home in Highgate.

The superstar singer may have to spend thousands of pounds on urgent repairs.

But 45-year-old Michael's planning application to Camden Council for the work has revealed his relations with next door are anything but neighbourly.

A report commissioned by the star states: "Your neighbour lowered the metal posts and wire fence to the upper section of straight wall.

"This is clearly a neighbourly dispute and they have removed your own installation on what we consider to be a party wall.

"We recommend your solicitor write them directly requesting they reinstate the horizontal wire." The report also revealed there could be more conflict ahead as it is uncertain who exactly owns the damaged walls and who will have to fork out for repairs..
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:May 1, 2009
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