A planning battle between music icons Robbie Williams and Jimmy Page is to drag on after a council failed to reach a decision on the singer's swimming pool plans for his west London home.
Former Led Zeppelin guitarist Page had opposed Williams' proposals for a basement with pool at his home.
Neighbour Page argued that excavations would be "catastrophic" for his Grade I listed Gothic-style Tower House.
But Kensington and Chelsea Council's planning committee deferred a decision.
Disagreements between Page, 74, and Williams, 44, began four years ago when the former Take That singer bought the house next to Page - which used to belong to Michael Winner.