KATIE Price has been told to clear up building materials strewn around her countryside home.

Horsham District Council says the former glamour model has breached planning control at her nine-bedroom house, which also has a two-bedroom annexe.

The Horsham mansion is valued at £1.5 million on property website Zoopla.

The council said she had laid down waste material around the property and changed the level of the ground without authorisation.

An enforcement notice said this had an “adverse impact upon the character and appearance of the rural area”.

The council demanded the Brighton-born reality TV star “permanently cease” the development, “remove from the land all materials associated with the unauthorised operational development” and “restore the land to its condition before the breach took place”.

The notice takes effect on Monday.

The 41-year-old can appeal against it before this date.

But she would have to pay £2,028 to Horsham District Council to do this.

If she does not appeal then on October 7 Miss Price “must ensure that the required steps for complying with it (the notice) for which you may be held responsible”.

The notice added that “failure to comply with an enforcement notice which has taken effect can result in prosecution and/or remedial action by the council”.

She bought her Horsham home - which has stables, a tennis court, a swimming pool and 12-acres of land - in 2014 for £1.3million.