Too poor to play?

Too poor to play?

In recent press reports, developers have been accused of separating social housing tenants from wealthier home owners by preventing them from using play areas. Baylis Old School complex in Lambeth had been advertised as a housing complex with common areas for use by all residents. The developers, Henley Homes, later changed their plans to prevent […]

People in glass houses – a right to privacy

People in glass houses – a right to privacy

In a recent case (New Bankside Residents v Tate Gallery), the High Court had to decide whether residents of flats in Central London with floor to ceiling windows opposite the Tate Modern Gallery were entitled to a right of privacy from the Tate’s viewing gallery. The flat owners sought an injunction against the Tate requiring […]