Roman Abramovich gets go-ahead for £100m London home?

Roman Abramovich
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Roman Abramovich is given the go-ahead to join buildings in Chelsea, London to make a £100m riverside home.

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has reportedly been given the green light to build a £100m riverside home in London.

The Russian billionaire, who bought the West London Premier League club in 2003, is believed to have sparked concern from his neighbours over plans to string a number of buildings together.

It is believed that planners have allowed Abramovich to join buildings in Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, which is expected to cost £10m to bring the riverside property together, according to the London Evening Standard.

The home is likely to be completed in three years' time.

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