Space is to receive a 400 million acre extension, with stunning sea views and an en-suite bathroom facility. Several planets and a plethora of stars will also be included.
Local government officials initially rejected the plans, stating that the extension was not in-keeping with the local area, but campaigners fought for the ruling to be over-turned, claiming that the extra room was needed due to the cramped conditions becoming evident in the Milky Way of late.
David Tussall, director of Space, told us "space has been getting really cramped just recently. What with all the planets and stars, moons and comets it's just too much. Add to that all of our debris, old satellites, bits of rocket and an old fridge freezer floating about up there, it's getting dangerous!"
"We decided to extend to the South of the Milky Way, we hoped this would have the least impact on our system, and then we can kind of use it as a big cupboard, or a kind of huge loft, for all of our unwanted equipment!"
The work will be carried out by a professional building company, and is expected to commence in early 2015. The project will receive strict monitoring, to ensure no short-cuts are taken.
Plans for three huge Velux skylights have been rejected, as they would look out over the neighbours property.