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Neo Bankside residents lose case against Tate Modern


As somebody said previously, these matters should've been addressed in the planning stage. I am stunned that we are not allowed to design something because it overlooks in someone's garden, but Tate got its permission for an actual viewing deck towards residential areas!! I found it outrageous then as I find it now. As much as I like the new addition to Tate, this shouldn't have happened. But also, in planning stages the residents have had their time to voice their opinions - if they weren't vocal then, now is too late.

Posted date

18 February, 2019

Posted time

9:34 am


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