Nuisance: A watching brief

Will the floodgates be opened to nuisance claims following the Supreme Court ruling in the Tate Modern ruling? Sarah Heatley considers the ruling and its relatively narrow application If the Tate had been making ordinary use of its land, the claimants could not have complained about any visual intrusion resulting from the design of their …
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Cases Referenced

  • Fearn & Ors (Applicants) v Board of Trustees of the Tate Gallery (Respondent) [2023] UKSC 4