Piers Morgan ‘gets the green light to build £15,000 soundproof man cave in his garden’

He previously revealed plans to build his very own man cave after complaining that the women in his life are taking over his home. 

And it seems Piers Morgan‘s dreams have come true as his plans for a £15,000 soundproof pod in the garden of his Kensington home have reportedly been approved.

The Good Morning Britain star, 55, will finally get the peace and quiet he craves as the building works for the eco-friendly structure have been given the green light. 

Good news: Piers Morgan’s dreams have come true as his plans for a £15,000 soundproof pod in the garden of his Kensington home have reportedly been approved

However, work on the soundproof pod has been limited to certain hours, 8am until 6pm, during the week, while building work will not be permitted at weekends.

According to The Sun, the temporary waterproof structure ‘comprises a curved plywood structural box with encapsulated fibreglass insulation, plasterboard finish internally and comes complete with heating, lighting and power.’

They add: ‘The pod has high levels of acoustic and thermal insulation together with generous natural light.’

Grand plan: The Good Morning Britain star, 55, will finally get the peace and quiet he craves as the building works for the eco-friendly structure have been given the green light

Grand plan: The Good Morning Britain star, 55, will finally get the peace and quiet he craves as the building works for the eco-friendly structure have been given the green light

The publication reports that the pod will act as an office for the broadcaster, adding that it will ‘provide a quiet, remote working space separate from the house.’ 

MailOnline have contacted a representative of Piers for comment. 

Piers’ grand plans were first revealed in November last year, when he complained of needing an escape as wife Celia, 44, and nine-year-old daughter Elise had taken over the house. 

Bemoaning his living situation and discussing his plans on Good Morning Britain, Piers explained: ‘It’s a man cave that goes in the back of the garden.

Cosy space: The publication reports that the pod will act as an office for the broadcaster, adding that it will 'provide a quiet, remote working space separate from the house'

Cosy space: The publication reports that the pod will act as an office for the broadcaster, adding that it will ‘provide a quiet, remote working space separate from the house’

Plenty of room: Piers' garden in his stunning £4million Kensington will certainly have plenty of room for the new structure (Pictured in September)

Plenty of room: Piers’ garden in his stunning £4million Kensington will certainly have plenty of room for the new structure (Pictured in September) 

‘I’ve got three women in my house and I’m sick and tired of the encroachment into all male areas of my house.

‘Everything’s been taken over; my bathroom, my office, everything.

‘So I’ve made a stand and I’m now having a large man cave in the garden.’

Time alone: Piers' grand plans were first revealed in November last year, when he complained of needing an escape as wife Celia, 44, and nine-year-old daughter Elise had taken over the house

Time alone: Piers’ grand plans were first revealed in November last year, when he complained of needing an escape as wife Celia, 44, and nine-year-old daughter Elise had taken over the house

He added: ‘I will be in there most of the day, every day, planning my global operation.’

The TV star had previously revealed that he hoped to use his new man cave to work on ideas for another book, after the success of his latest release Wake Up: Why The World Has Gone Nuts.

Piers grand plans comes after he was left was delighted when Simply Red’s Mick Hucknall praised him and his co-presenter Susanna Reid for their persistence in the face of politicians who attempt to avoid answering their tough questions on GMB. 

'We Simply see Red!': Piers recently thanked singer Mick Hucknall after he heaped praise on him and Susanna Reid for criticising government amid Covid-19 crisis

‘We Simply see Red!’: Piers recently thanked singer Mick Hucknall after he heaped praise on him and Susanna Reid for criticising government amid Covid-19 crisis

The singer, 60, took to Twitter on Thursday to say: ‘@piersmorgan @susannareid100 must congratulate you two. 

‘No other media outlet is calling out this dreadfully inept Govt as effectively as you. Bravo.’ 

Delighted by Mick’s words, Piers thanked him and made a pun based around his band’s name to show how frustrating he can find the government.

Piers wrote in response: ‘Thanks Mick, we Simply see Red when they refuse to answer basic questions…..’   

Grateful: Mick (pictured in 2005) took to Twitter to thank the pair for 'calling out this dreadfully inept Govt as effectively as you. Bravo'

Grateful: Mick (pictured in 2005) took to Twitter to thank the pair for ‘calling out this dreadfully inept Govt as effectively as you. Bravo’

Great pun: Delighted by Mick's words, Piers thanked him by writing: 'Thanks Mick, we Simply see Red when they refuse to answer basic questions.....'

Great pun: Delighted by Mick’s words, Piers thanked him by writing: ‘Thanks Mick, we Simply see Red when they refuse to answer basic questions…..’