David and Victoria Beckham ‘blasted by neighbours for noisy construction work at £6m home’

David and Victoria Beckham have reportedly irked their soon-to-be neighbours over ongoing construction noise at their Cotswold home.

The couple purchased the pad in 2016 and have been working on renovations ever since, progress being slow as they frequently lock horns with local planning officials.

Now it has been claimed the alleged ‘endless’ noise at the site has angered locals who ‘can’t relax with that racket’.

A source told The Sun: ‘It’s gone on for so long that neighbours just want it finished.

‘Staying in the countryside is meant to be relaxing and peaceful — but clearly not when the Beckhams’ house is being worked on.

‘People moan that they can’t relax in the spa with that racket.’

MailOnline has contacted David and Victoria’s representatives for comment.

The couple snapped up once-derelict Upper Park Farm in popular Chipping Norton – home to a slew of famous faces including Jeremy Clarkson and David and Samantha Cameron – in December 2016.

 The couple merged three barns to create a six-bedroom mansion overlooking an orchard, with the buildings marrying up via two impressive glass tunnels.