Privacy ruling opens door to nuisance claims

A case involving Tate Modern's viewing gallery shows developers cannot rely on the planning process as protection against privacy rights

There is no common law action for breach of privacy. What then of the Tate Modern’s tenth-floor viewing gallery that enables thousands of visitors annually to look into the glass-sided apartments of the nearby Neo Bankside development in London?

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