A millionaire in distress plans plunged 40 feet to death while investigating a development project next to his £ 5 million Notting Hill home.
Alastair Villiers, 68, a friend of Annabel Goldsmith and a relative of Count Clarendon, suffered head injuries after falling from the roof of the penthouse next to his house
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A pound apartment for nearly five years.
Police initially described his death as a "apparent suicide ".
But Mr. Villiers's family said today that they thought he had lost his footing while checking the disputed walls separating the roof and the apartment.
The wall has been the focal point of a quarrel between Mr Villiers and these apartment developers, designed by international architect John Pawson and built in 2003.
The retired investment banker, educated in Ampleforth, has been trying to stop the super
Modern blocks are being built next door.
The neighbor, Mrs. Elizabeth Anson, the Queen's cousin, also objected to the development, saying it was like "ice on one wall --cream".
Mr. Villiers was rejected by the planner, but he still objected to the block and had multiple conflicts with the developer.
A developer source said a video of CCTV recorded a dispute a few days ago.
A member of the family said: "If it is suicide, it will be a complete shock.
No note was left and no reason was given.
It's a tragedy, but we don't know what's going on.
The police first thought that Mr. Willis had jumped from the top.
He had a floor ledge in Lansdowne Crescent's home, but later realized that he had fallen from the roof of the next block after climbing through a dangerous partition wall.
The octagonal of the first-class agent, the developer's block in the unit sells for £ 2 million to acknowledge the dispute between the company of the core object of the party's walls and Mr. Lamorna viriye and his wife.
"Villiers has a long history of friction with our company," he said.
This is obviously very tragic.
However, Mr. Villiers appeared to have fallen as he climbed the roof of the apartment.
It seems likely that he was there looking at the roof before someone was nearby.
There is no railing to prevent anyone from falling from that part of the roof.
A neighbor said Mr. Verier felt the building had clashed with building 19.
The century stucco facade of his house added: "The Alistair is upset about what happened on the plot next door.
He felt that his privacy had been violated and he was disgusted with it.
A police spokesman said today that the police did not rule out the possibility that Mr. Villiers was killed in the accident.
"We keep an open mind," he added . ".