A disputed log cabin that Sir Paul McCartney built without planning consent in Sussex is to be demolished.
Sir Paul said he needed the lodge to maintain his privacy
The ex-Beatle has agreed to remove a wooden lodge and submit a retrospective planning bid for a lakeside pavilion.
Sir Paul, 64, had said he wanted the cabin for the privacy it gave him and his family, and offered to demolish a house and barns in order to keep it.
Rother council's planning committee was told of the revised plans on Thursday and will consider them in December.
Sir Paul had built a secluded two-bedroom lodge and a lakeside pavilion at Woodlands Farm, Peasmarsh, East Sussex, without planning permission.
In January, he was told to pull down the lodge and pavilion at Woodlands Farm on the 933-acre estate, but he offered to demolish his detached house and two barns instead.
He told the council he was desperate to keep the two-bedroom cabin because of the "privacy, seclusion and security" it offered.
He now intends to demolish the log cabin - subject to a legal agreement being drawn up - and submit a retrospective planning application which would enable him to keep the lakeside pavilion.