A fresh planning application has been submitted for Jeremy Clarkson's Diddly Squat farm in Chadlington, Oxfordshire - giving further details of its expansion.

The former Top Gear host has been embroiled in a long-running dispute with planners over the site - but was granted permission on appeal to use it for the purposes of agriculture, a café, a farm shop, parking and lavatory facilities.

The award was subject to a series of conditions - including the need to submit a site development scheme.

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The latest application to West Oxfordshire District Council is to 'discharge' this condition by dealing with issues such as use of the lambing shed, where and how many mobile units will be provided, number of picnic tables, lighting, hard surfacing, parking provision and landscaping.

In outlining the relevant details to the planning authority, the applicant's agent confirmed the scheme includes one mobile food vending unit – sited next to the lambing shed.

The agent added: "The lambing shed itself will be used to serve food and drinks, store products to be sold, sell products from temporary stalls, consume food and drink purchased on site and accommodate picnic tables for seating for customers, and for agriculture.

"The above uses will be accommodated within the lambing shed variously and from time to time but not necessarily continuously."

The application confirmed the total number of picnic tables on site will not exceed 40.

It also confirmed no external lighting was proposed with just one existing light on the lambing shed and fire exit lighting on the farm shop building that will be retained.

A limited area of paving is proposed to aid wheelchair access between the disabled parking and the farm shop and along the north side of the lambing shed which experiences most foot traffic.

Parking provision will include four disabled accessible parking spaces with access to the shop building. A further car parking area and provisions for cycles was also highlighted.

The application also outlined biodiversity enhancements that were provided for by planting.

The agent said: "There is a variety of native woodland and hedgerow planting which provides additional suitable habitat for insects, birds and mammals."

The application will be determined by West Oxfordshire District Council at a later date.

The development comes following reports that Amazon is in talks to renew Clarkson's Farm for a fourth season. 

This is despite rumours that Mr Clarkson would be axed from the streaming platform over comments he made about Meghan Markle in his column for The Sun. 

Season three of Clarkson's Farm is expected to come out next year.