Angry residents have scrawled on parking suspension signs to protest against filming in their street.

Many people living in Victoria Street, Brighton, will not be able to park their cars outside their homes from 7am to 7pm on Friday and Saturday while crews shoot for The Death of Bunny Munro, a six-part Sky drama starring former Doctor Who Matt Smith. 

In a letter, seen by The Argus, residents were notified of filming happening inside and outside number 11. 

Some residents are not happy with the parking suspensionsSome residents are not happy with the parking suspensions (Image: Submitted)

The note was posted through doors on Friday, June 7, a resident said. 

The resident, who did not wish to be named, added: "We were given only seven days' notice.

"To say that residents are unhappy that filming is taking place is an understatement. We all pay for expensive council parking permits and are being told we can't park in our own street for two whole days, with anyone seeking our permissions,  whilst the local council collects a fee to allow filming and parking suspensions."

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In the letter, Jon Lawrence, assistant location manager of the shoot writes: "In order to facilitate our filming, we have applied to close a small section of Victoria Street between Victoria Place and Upper North Street to position a lighting crane in front of the property.

"In addition to our traffic control, we have also applied to suspend a number of parking bays in the area. 

"While filming, we will endeavour to keep disruption to an absolute minimum. 

"Pavements and driveways will be kept clear and access to all properties will be maintained at all times."

Crews were in the street on Thursday night ahead of tomorrow's filmingCrews were in the street on Thursday night ahead of tomorrow's filming (Image: NQ Staff)

A spokesman for Brighton and Hove City Council said: “We work hard to minimise any negative impact filming has on residents and all applications for parking suspensions or road closures are carefully considered.

“Filming in the city is key to our local creative economy and continues to make Brighton & Hove an internationally recognised destination. In the last ten years alone income from filming has also added almost £1 million to the council’s budgets and helped pay for some of the key services we depend on.

“However, we do appreciate it can impact residents – particularly in central Brighton where alternative parking is already in demand – and we will look at how we can better help residents find alternative parking in the future.”