Robbie Williams has angered his neighbour Jimmy Page with plans to extend his west London mansion.

The former Take That singer has proposed to refurbish his £17.5 million Victorian home by adding a recording studio, part-filling a pool and creating a new window that will look out over the Led Zeppelin star's garden.

The 71-year-old guitarist was left fuming after hearing of Robbie's plans to make a ''contemporary standard of family living'' in the Victorian property and has complained to Kensington and Chelsea council that the revamp could become an eyesore in the prestigious street.

According to The Sun newspaper, Jimmy is ''extremely concerned'' about the 'Candy' hitmaker's proposal and even fears the build could damage his own Grade 1 listed home through subsidence.

The council are yet to make a decision on whether to let Robbie go ahead with the plans and will release their verdict next month.

Robbie, 40, lives at the Grade II property - which was previously owned by late director Michael Winner - with his wife Ayda Field and their two children, Theodora, two, and two-month-old Charlton.