Work is underway on German supermodel Claudia Schiffer's new Camp de Mar house as she tries again to build a paparazzi-proof home on land behind the luxury villa she built with the guidance of magician and former fiancé David Copperfield just three years ago. Work on the two-storey Majorcan style property should have got underway last May, but the model caused uproar amongst the local community as she tried to close off popular public access paths which run across her land to the Cap Andritxol historic tower. However, since then, the model appears to have sorted out the problem with the local community and the planning office and has agreed to provide public access to the tower from Cala Fornells, in order to be able to close off the rest of her land. The new 500 square metre property will be set in some 400'000 square metres of land and the 250 million peseta house is expected to be finished within the next 18 months - although there are a few last minute alterations still to be made to the project. Once completed, Schiffer is expected to put her new villa, which she only moved into two summers ago, on the market. The villa, which nestles directly above the property owned by Formula One champion Michael Schumacher's manager, was due to have been paparazzi-proof, with lines of trees and a high fence being erected around the perimeter, however the model's privacy has still been invaded while on the property. Last summer a Spanish man, on the run from Valencia police, tried to force his way past the model's mother and into the house after police directed him to the property from Andratx as he claimed he was Claudia Schiffer's husband.