Owners of flats in Neo Bankside development took action over viewing platform. Claimed privacy was being breached by visitors peering into flats from above. Judge today agreed that enjoying extensive views came at a cost to privacy. Viewing platform in new extension completed in 2016, four years after flats.
The recent court decision against the neighbours of Tate Modern in London belies a much wider problem – everyone is constantly being watched
The High Court has thrown out a challenge by residents of luxury flats overlooked by Tate Modern who tried to block visitors looking into their homes from the gallery’s viewing platform.
Neo Bankside residents seek measures to prevent art gallery visitors looking into their homes
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