Just when it looked like Jimmy Page and Robbie Williams might be able to coexist peacefully as neighbors, the long-running feud between the two stars appears to have been reignited.

The U.K. Daily Mail tabloid reports that Page, who has spent years staunchly opposing Williams' plans to renovate and add onto his nearby mansion, recently dashed off the latest in a series of angry letters of objection to their local council, outlining once again his many reasons for seeking to obtain an injunction.

As it has for years, the basis of Page's opposition stems from the age of his own home, which was designed by Victorian architect William Burges in the late 19th century and is one of the structures that have been designated "grade 1," or "an area of special architectural or historic interest." Page argues that he's spent decades carefully maintaining the interior and exterior of the building, either of which stand to suffer irreparable damage due to their close proximity to Williams' home if he's allowed to begin the construction his plans have outlined.

Williams isn't quoted in the report as having responded to Page's latest attempt to thwart his plans, but he certainly hasn't held back in the past. The last time this feud made headlines, it was because Williams issued a public apology for insinuating Page was mentally ill — now that he's facing further delays from the legendary Led Zeppelin guitarist, the famously outspoken singer may end up saying a few more things he'll live to regret.