Charlotte Church is being investigated over claims she is illegally working a school at her home with out planning permission, Welsh authorities have confirmed.
Earlier this week, the singer revealed her intention to supply free music courses to youngsters at her mansion in southern Wales.
Ms Church, 33, lodged plans with the native authority to create lecture rooms on the property within the village of Dinas Powys.
But Vale of Glamorgan Council, which is but to grant planning permission, stated neighbours had complained that she was already instructing there.
The Voice Of An Angel singer denies the claims and insists she was working legally, based on the BBC.
The council should now determine whether or not or not it can take formal motion, which might see the singer ordered to tear down any unauthorised constructing work.
However, if her plans are accepted, the school will likely be established inside a two-storey annexe of her home till a extra everlasting website is discovered.
The mum-of-two plans to open a non-fee paying school for 20 native youngsters aged 9 to 12 which will likely be based mostly at her home for the primary yr.
She instructed the BBC it will be geared toward youngsters “who may have been struggling in mainstream education and providing an alternative that doesn’t cost anything”.
“We’re trying to do something which is beneficial to the community,” she stated.
Ms Church stated a part-time home school tutoring group is at the moment utilizing the annexe for lower than 12.5 hours per week, and that courses had been accepted by the Welsh Government and school inspectorate Estyn.
“As far as I’m concerned I’m not aware of any breach of planning,” she instructed the BBC.
She confirmed that constructing works had been carried out contained in the annexe, she insisted they’d “not changed the character” of the constructing.
A Vale of Glamorgan Council spokesman instructed the Standard: “The council is at the moment contemplating an software for a change of use regarding a constructing at this handle.
“We have additionally launched an enforcement investigation after receiving quite a few complaints suggesting the use has began previous to planning permission.
“We will decide whether any formal action is necessary in due course.”