A couple who run a small company are embroiled in a planning wrangle with their neighbour - a £15.5 million lottery winner.
Christopher Rawlins and his wife Debbie have applied to use an outbuilding at their Staffordshire farm as another office for their CCTV installation company.
But former lorry driver Tom Naylor, aged 50, and his 49 year-old wife, Rita, who moved into the neighbouring £375,000 four-bedroom barn conversion after winning their eight- figure jackpot in November 2001, have opposed the proposal.
Mr Naylor, who owns four luxury cars and at one stage was ordered by planning officials to stop work on expanding his garages, has complained that his neighbours want seven parking spaces.
The millionaire couple also claim the building is already being used as an office, will lead to waste being dumped, an increase in traffic and be equivalent to 'light industrial use'.
Mr Rawlins, aged 52, said: "Debbie and I have worked extremely hard to get where we have with this place and he's just taken all the pleasure out of it."
The Rawlins said they had already bought Yew Tree Farm, in Wheaton Aston on the A5 between Cannock and Telford, when the Naylors moved in.
Mr Rawlins said: "We bought this house for £400,000 in November 2001 as a derelict property. We spent about £150,000 on work, including a garage and a conservatory.
"We started running the business from here a couple of months later."
A letter to South Staffordshire District Council from Mr Naylor's solicitor, Timothy Calloway, states: " It is thought that the applicant has a number of employees, or regular subcontractors, most of whom are, presumably, engaged in installing equipment.
"It follows that the applicant's premises are surely being used for something above and beyond mere office or administrative purposes."
Mrs Rawlins said: "Besides my husband and a lady who works in the office, we only employ two engineers, who sometimes come here in the morning, but not every day."
After his lottery win Mr Naylor replaced his 20-year-old Ford Granada with at least four cars, including a Bentley Continental GT, Jaguar XJR 100, Jaguar XKR convertible and a Jaguar XJ220.
A South Staffs council spokesman confirmed he had been granted permission to convert a stable block into two garages in 2002 and to build two more in 2003, but had not been given permission to begin building a further two and was asked to stop.
Mr Naylor refused to comment but his solicitor said his client had lodged a planning objection in the usual way.
Planners are due to consider the Rawlins' application on Friday.