Privacy and nuisance: A ground-breaking storm in a teacup?

Does being overlooked amount to a private nuisance? Megan Davies considers a recent case involving the Tate Modern ‘Residents at the Neo Bankside development claimed that the public’s use of the Tate’s platform invaded their privacy and that they have a right to this being protected either pursuant to Art 8 of the European Convention …
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Cases Referenced

  • Fearn & ors v The Board of Trustees of the Tate Gallery [2019] EWHC 246 (Ch)
  • Parochial Church Council of the Parish of Aston Cantlow and Wilmcote with Billesley v Wallbank & anor [2003] UKHL 37
  • Tapling v Jones (1981) 20 CB (NS) 174
  • Turner v Spooner (1861) 30 LJ Ch 801
  • Victoria Park Racing & Recreation Grounds Co Ltd v Taylor [1937] 58 CLR 497
  • YL v Birmingham City Council [2007] UKHL 27