Jimmy Page has become that old guy that yells at kids to get off his lawn. Page is now upset with another London neighbor, who like singer Robbie Williams, wants to do renovations to his property.
Page has written to the Kensington and Chelsea Council Planning Committee about Prudential chairman Harvey McGrath's application to move a wall to install four air-conditioning units in his home.
But instead of arguing that the construction could cause damage to Tower House, his 144-year old mansion, Page says the noise could disturb him when he is working in his studio.
He writes, "I urge the council to refuse the application as having the potential for harmful impact on living conditions in the Tower House. I use the area to listen to and scrutinize recordings, requiring my full concentration with no distracting noise and/or vibration from other sources, for meetings away from the main house and for recorded interviews where naturally there cannot be any constant background noise."
This comes after Page waged a five-year battle against Williams, who eventually was granted permission to build an indoor pool.