Contractors have installed a number of metal temporary fencing solutions
to protect residents during work on the latest Arsenal stadium development.
According to the Islington Gazette, security fencing
measuring 16 feet in height has been erected at the back of properties on a road in Highbury to stop debris from the works getting into residents' gardens.
The Emirates Stadium project will see the building of 700 new apartments and a sports complex.
Some locals are concerned the fence will not be enough to protect them from the development work, but a council spokesperson said "no breach of planning conditions" had taken place, the newspaper reported.
In April a surveyor employed by Arsenal told a council planning meeting that compensation "hadn't been an issue" with 44 out of 47 homes that had signed a party wall agreement with the club.
A party wall agreement means residents have agreed to contractors working in their gardens.
The project is due to be completed next year.