Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz have found themselves in a disagreement with a conservation group over plans for an extension to their listed Victorian terrace.

The Hollywood couple proposed a significant renovation of their £6 million townhouse in Primrose Hill, near Regent's Park, which includes replacing a "poorly constructed" late 20th-century conservatory with an extension.

However, a conservation group claims the proposal disrupts the aesthetic harmony of the couple's Grade II-listed Victorian terraced home, which dates back to 1840.

The property is also in a conservation area, prompting heightened concerns over preserving its historical integrity.

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Camden Council's conservation area committee representative, Richard Simpson, filed an objection against the renovation proposal upon its submission in September.

According to the committee, plans to replace the first-floor window break with a historical window pattern known as 'marginal glazing,' a feature typical of Victorian-era houses from the local area.

Craig and Weisz bought the property in 2008, and in 2017 had successfully intervened to save a 65ft tree located behind the building after a neighbour wanted it cut down.

The couple's planning agent said that the planned extension, and replacing the faulty conservatory, would provide the kitchen - described as the "busiest room in the house" - with direct access to the garden.

In a submission to the council, their planning agent wrote that "the most important rooms in the house would be reinstated to their original form".

They said: "The proposed new extension would replace an existing late 20th century conservatory which is poorly constructed, inefficient (it is very cold in the winter and it overheats in the summer), and out of keeping with the original building.

"The enlarged extension allows the kitchen (the busiest room in the house) to be relocated to the rear of the property giving it direct contact with the garden and much improved natural light.

"Internally the spine wall between the ground floor reception rooms would be healed and the existing double doors from the entrance hall separated and rehung as single doors into the respective reception rooms."

They added that the introduction of a guest WC within the existing study would offer a much-needed amenity serving the principal rooms of the house.

A decision regarding the planning application is expected to be reached late this month.