Fim stars Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz have applied for a new gate at the front of their home in Primrose Hill.

The actor couple submitted the application to Camden Council earlier this month.

It appears that security is at the forefront of the former 007’s mind, with the gates described as helping to provide an “improved sense of enclosure” to the front garden.

Planning documents also state that the gate will help protect the storage of bikes and an electric car in the driveway.

The proposals seek permission to build one single hinged gate for pedestrian access, as well as bi-fold gates to open inwards to allow for vehicle access.

The gates would be black painted steel with vertical cylindrical bars and finials to match those on the existing front railings.

Earlier this year, Camden Council granted permission for the couple to alter their "poorly constructed" late 20th-century conservatory.

A conservation group had initially opposed the application, after the couple suggested replacing the conservatory with a new extension.

There were fears that the plans would disrupt the aesthetic of the Grade II-listed Victorian terraced home, which dates back to 1840.

But this objection was withdrawn after the plans were modified, paving the way for the application to be approved by the council.  

Craig and Weisz bought the home in 2008, but had made no major changes until last year’s application.