The Swiss chalet where they serve hot schnapps and the rocking chair where the old fraulein knits her strudel.
all i can say is this doesn't seem to stop anyone in londonbut the courtyard is private and you need a key to enter. plus, a lot of windows face the courtyard, it's difficult to sneak around and vandalize or steal.
mental innitThe Swiss chalet where they serve hot schnapps and the rocking chair where the old fraulein knits her strudel.
There is - or in fact used to be - a law protecting skylines and views and suchlike. For instance you couldn't block the view to St Pauls or whatever local monument, but they've realised that it was stopping them making money so they find more and more ways to be flexible.london is quite unique in how low little storeys most of the buildings have isn't it?