Robert Louis Stevenson"s lawn: Anger at plans to build spa under historic garden

Neighbours steamed up over spa under Robert Louis Stevenson's lawn: Anger at plans to build pool under historic garden Debbie Dove is at loggerheads with her neighbours over the plansShe wants to build an underground spa under the famous garden But locals say the development is not in keeping with the local areaDove, who owns millions of pounds of property, says she is being harassed By Lucy Osborne PUBLISHED: 23:45 GMT, 25 February 2013 | UPDATED: 00:55 GMT, 26 February 2013 Robert Louis Stevenson may well have paced up and down the garden, pondering the next twist to one of his adventure novels. And, nearly a century later, stars of the 1960s such as Elizabeth Taylor and Peter Sellers enjoyed summer parties on the same lawn

Lego Maniacs! Thought Lego was for kids? Meet the men (and women) who spend 20 hours a week playing with millions of little bricks

LEGOmaniacs! Thought Lego was for kids Meet the men (and women) who spend 20 hours a week playing with their little bricks | UPDATED: 23:46 GMT, 27 December 2012 Every year for the past 20 years, secondary school teacher Michael Addis and his wife, Catherine, have built a giant Lego model in their living room.

Builder turned home into 300,000 cannabis factory after planners told him it could only be converted into a "leisure facility"

Builder turned home into 300,000 cannabis factory after planners told him it could only be used as a 'leisure facility'Clemens-Cooney, 43, had been pressing council for planning permission 'for years'Told planning officers that house would be used for model railwayJailed for three years after police received tip-off which led to raid | UPDATED: 12:31 GMT, 7 December 2012 Leisure time: Shaun Clemens-Cooney, who was behind a 300,000 cannabis factory in Blackburn A builder converted a newly-built house into a 300,000 cannabis factory – after council planners told him he could only use it as a 'leisure facility.' Shaun Clemens-Cooney, 43, wanted to build the three-bedroomed detached home at the back of his own 200,000 semi-detached house in Blackburn – but had been refused planning permission three times. Finally, inspectors agreed he could build the property – but only after he promised he would only use the upper floors for 'leisure purposes', including a playroom for a billiard table and another for a model railway.