Tate Modern View

Sumner Street, London

‘Residents living in flats overlooked by the Tate Modern on London’s Southbank have lost their High Court bid to stop “hundreds of thousands of visitors” looking into their homes from the art gallery’s viewing platform.  Mr Justice Mann dismissed their claim at a hearing in London, saying: “These properties are impressive, and no doubt there are great advantages to be enjoyed in such extensive glassed views, but that in effect comes at a price in terms of privacy.”’ Evening Standard, February 2019

Maybe less grandiose housing to meet the needs of the not so super rich would have produced fewer complaints.  Anyway, it’s the street views, not sitting rooms that are worth looking at.

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