Piers Morgan wins approval to build a £15,000 ‘soundproof pod’ to work at his posh £4 million London home

PIERS Morgan's £15,000 soundproof garden pod has been given the green light.

The GMB host, 55, can now shout and rant in the 'man cave' which will take pride of place in the garden of his £4million West London home.

It has been ruled that work on the pod should be confined to the hours of 8am until 6pm, Monday to Friday, and none at the weekend. 

The eco-friendly pod is a temporary waterproof structure that "comprises a curved plywood structural box with encapsulated fibreglass insulation, plasterboard finish internally and comes complete with heating, lighting and power. 

"The pod has high levels of acoustic and thermal insulation together with generous natural light.”

It has been billed as an office of sorts for Piers which will “provide a quiet, remote working space separate from the house."

After The Sun revealed Piers's plans last year, he told GMB viewers he was forced into splashing out on the pod as his wife Celia, 44, and daughter Elise, nine, have taken over the house.

Speaking on the ITV show, he said: "It’s a man cave that goes in the back of the garden.

"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."

"I will be in there most of the day, every day, planning my global operation."

However, his co-host Susanna Reid wasn't too impressed though, likening the design to a coconut.

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