Jack Grealish’s plans to build extension at lavish new home hits major hurdle

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JACK Grealish’s plans to build an extension at his lavish new home have hit a snag with wingers.

The Man City and England midfielder has been told to build a roost for bats which have been seen at the property.

Manchester City midfielder Jack Grealish has hit a planning problem over his new home[/caption]

He has also been told by wildlife officials that he must put up nesting boxes for birds.

Grealish, 27, has applied for planning permission to build a leisure suite, including cold plunge pool, sauna and steam rooms, at his £5.6million Cheshire mansion.

He is also planning to build a dedicated games room above the garage.

But conservation officer James Baggaley has told planners that an updated bat survey must be ­carried out first.

He also calls for the incorporation of features for nesting birds and roosting bats.

We revealed last month how Grealish planned to include a bar in his property.

But rather than serving booze, it is more likely to be to cater for his fiancée Sasha Attwood.

England winger Grealish, 27, paid bought the seven-bedroom mansion with 20 acres of land in a secluded part of Cheshire last August.

It has a wood-panelled “gentleman’s office”, floodlit tennis courts, a professionally laid-out golf hole, a stocked fly-fishing lake — and even a helipad.

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