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Why did he tell you not to take photos?
A comment posted on another site on 20 September 2007. Permalink
I'm sure you coped with it OK, but I don't think he was correct. The estate's freeholder is the City of London, so the estate itself isn't private. For example, if it's anything like the Barbican estate, upkeep of the public outside areas is down to the City of London, and is paid for out of council revenues, rather than residents' service charges.
Given that, if you're physically on public property then no one can stop you taking photos of private homes.
This is a handy guide to Photographers' Rights in the UK.
Anyway, nice photos :)
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