They were sold on their proximity to Tate Modern. Now the residents of luxury flats are taking the gallery to court, arguing its viewing platform invades their privacy. It’s part of a wider hijacking of cultural hotspots by property developers.
Paul Greatholder, partner in the property litigation team discusses the pending case of the luxury flats behind the Tate Modern.
Gawpers go home: how luxury flat-owners could shut down the Tate’s viewing platform is available on The Guardian website.
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