As 2019 comes to a close, Queen Elizabeth II has her sights set on what's next for the coming year, but an unexpected issue may prevent one particular thing from moving forward.

According to the Daily Mail, the Queen has been "locked in a planning battle" to construct a giant new shed to house her artwork, including tapestries, porcelain, and paintings. This is due to the fact that the pieces reportedly have to be moved from Buckingham Palace. As for the location, Queen Elizabeth is said to want to build the facility within a walled garden that is close to Frogmore Cottage, which is where Meghan, Harry, and Archie live.

However, the planning chiefs at Windsor and Maidenhead Council have issued warnings regarding the new storage center as they believe it could cause flooding to occur as the area has a lack of trees. Additionally, they are said to be under the impression that it could ultimately be an eyesore as well.

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Now, officials have reportedly threatened to block the plans unless the monarch's staff can illustrate how rainwater could be drained from the site. In an official objection, Remsha Mohammed-Remia, who is a flood risk management team leader, voiced the overall concerns pertaining to the new building.

"We note that the application form states that surface water runoff will be drained to soakaways. No further details are however provided for the proposed surface water drainage system," they stated, adding, "Unless the applicant is to be given the opportunity to respond to the above comments, we recommend that this application be refused."

This would not be the first time that members of the British royal family have run into planning issues when it comes to building new things. Earlier this year, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ran into their own set of issues when they tried to redesign their own structure.

Following the pushback, a Buckingham Palace spokesman said that "it is not unusual to receive requests from the local authority for further information on live planning applications, before a final version is considered." At this time, it remains unclear how and when the project will move forward.

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is pictured during a visit to the Science Museum on March 7, 2019, in London. Simon Dawson/AFP/Getty Images