Judge rules against residents of RSHP’s Neo Bankside who demanded privacy from Herzog & de Meuron extension
The High Court has rejected a demand for action over loss of privacy caused to residents of RSHP’s Neo Bankside development by the 10th-floor viewing gallery of Herzog & de Meuron’s Tate Modern extension.
Five owners of flats in the development, where prices ranged from £2m to £19m, had launched legal action against the Tate Board of Trustees calling for part of the open-air viewing gallery to be either cordoned off from the public or screened to provide greater privacy.
Evidence given to a hearing last year included one of the claimants saying they had counted 84 gallery visitors photographing their south London flats in the space of around 90 minutes.
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