Residents considering appeal after losing privacy case against Tate Modern

Residents of flats overlooked by Tate Modern have said they are “extremely disappointed” after losing a High Court privacy battle with the art gallery.

The owners of four flats in the Neo Bankside development on London’s South Bank took legal action in a bid to stop “hundreds of thousands of visitors” looking into their homes from the Tate’s viewing platform.

But the board of trustees of the Tate Gallery said the platform provides “a unique, free, 360-degree view of London” and argued that the claimants could simply “draw the blinds”.

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