Vice President Biden’s home is slated for a $1.7 million security upgrade in the form of a 1,600-ft. “ornamental” fence and multiple other protective measures, according to the Washington Examiner.

In addition to the fence Biden’s residence, on the grounds of the Naval Observatory in Washington D.C., is also scheduled to receive two additional guard houses, “four new gates, five new wedge vehicle barriers, and one relocated guard house,” according to the newspaper, which sites Navy planning documents.

“The new security fence would replace the existing cable barrier that separates the vice president's property from the rest of the Naval Observatory, and would prevent people on foot from gaining access to the vice president's residence, according to the Navy's planning documents.”

A spokesperson with the Secret Service told the paper that the added security measures were not the result of any specific threat to Biden or his family.