Plans to install a series of CCTV cameras on poles have prompted criticism by George Clooney's new British neighbors.
According to The Times, local authorities have suggested that Clooney's application asking for 18 security cameras on tall poles to be installed around he and his wife, Amal's $15 million mansion be denied. According to them, the cameras violate neighbors' privacy.
They have also been called a "visual intrusion," reports say.
Bought after the two married last year, the 17th century estate sits on its own island and boasts a library, gym, boathouse and guest house. Renovations and building work being done at the mansion have yet to be completed, although Clooney told hosts at Good Morning Britain that he hoped to move there soon.
"I love it and we're going to have a great time," the Tomorrowland actor said at the time. "There's a great old pub and there's a great restaurant, The French Horn, there and it's a really beautiful fun place to be. I'm really excited."