You are legally allowed to film buildings, so long as you are on public property when you do so and you aren’t causing an obstruction. In some cases, photographers have been challenged by the police or security guards for doing this. It’s best to explain why you are filming: if police officers are challenging you under anti-terrorism legislation, you are legally obliged to let them see what you have filmed (but they can’t stop you filming or make you delete it).

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