In a battle that has been going on for years the luxury property owners have won, shocked much?
The case involved five owners of four flats in the Neo Bankside development on the South Bank taking action against the Tate over the estimated 500,000 visitors a year looking into their homes from the viewing platform 34 metres away.
The platform, which opened in 2016, gives a great view of the city as well as being able to look into their glass-fronted flats.
The platform opened to the public in 2016, four years after the flats were completed.
So maybe you feel a tad sorry for the flat owners?
Well, the plans for the viewing platform were granted permission in…2007!
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