Anton Du Beke now has more room to dance after winning battle to extend £1.8million home 

Anton Du Beke is to get more floorspace to practice his famous dance moves after finally winning a planning battle to extend his £1.8million home.

The Strictly Come Dancing judge has been given consent for a major revamp to his Arts and Crafts-style house as long as the work does not disturb any bats.

The plans involve building a single storey extension, creating an open plan kitchen and living area flooded with light from lantern windows in a flat roof.

The extension will allow his existing kitchen and dining room to be converted into a ‘rumpus’ area and play room with an additional family room at his 1930s home in a Buckinghamshire village.

A permitted loft conversion will also help him keep in shape with a new gym and games room, and to relax in an entertainment suite with a home cinema.

Du Beke, 56, had originally applied in February to build a part single and part two-storey extension to his five-bedroom home.

The planning application which did not attract any objections from neighbours was the first to be submitted by Du Beke since he bought his home five-years-ago

 The planning application which did not attract any…

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