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Tate Modern wins privacy case brought by neighbours

One of Tate Modern’s most popular areas, a top-floor terrace that offers spectacular 360-degree views of London, is to remain fully open after neighbours lost a privacy case.

Judge in the case ruled that residents had created their own sensitivity by buying flats with floor to ceiling windows in the first place. He said the flats were “impressive” but the advantages of extensive glassed views “in effect comes at a price in terms of privacy”.

Source: Tate Modern wins privacy case brought by owners of £4m flats | Art and design | The Guardian

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