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Prince Charles

The heir to the throne gave a speech at the RIBA on 12 May 2009 amid controversy over his intervention in the Chelsea Barracks scheme

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Boris rejects Prince's 'mid-rise' plea

Boris Johnson has rejected Prince Charles’s call for a ‘mid-rise’ building boom to help solve London’s housing crisis

Release of Prince Charles' planning letters blocked

Correspondence between the office of the Prince of Wales and London mayor Boris Johnson about planning issues in the capital is being kept secret, according to national newspaper reports

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Government picks Prince’s Foundation to advise public on planning

The government will fund the Prince’s Foundation to provide free planning advice to neighbourhood groups as part of a £3.2 million programme announced today

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Prince Charles calls on councils to revamp historic buildings

The Prince of Wales has pleaded with local authorities to view old buildings as regeneration opportunities rather than burdens

Uncovered: Charles' letter to Qatari emir

The letter at the centre of the controversy surrounding Prince Charles’ opposition to Richard Rogers’ Chelsea Barracks proposals has been revealed

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Prince Charles imparts community planning wisdom

Royal tells seminar of Scottish council planners, executives and elected members that ‘few people’ are creating ‘fully sustainable’ places, except his own Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment

RIBA slams Prince again over Chelsea Barracks meddling

RIBA president Ruth Reed has fired off a salvo towards Prince Charles following further revelations about his intervention in Richard Rogers’ doomed Chelsea Barracks scheme

Court report: Prince 'intervened' over Chelsea Barracks

Property developer Christian Candy has given a colourful account of why he believes the Prince of Wales put the brakes on his redevelopment plans for the prestigious 12.8-acre Chelsea Barracks site in London

Opinion

Chelsea Barracks: the legacy

The RIBA must get off its high horse and engage in this debate, says Kieran Long

Prince Charles was right to speak out, now architects must listen

The Prince was sticking up for a general public denied a voice by an architectural closed shop dominated by modernists, says Alireza Sagharchi

Prince Charles runs rings round spoiled starchitects

The Chelsea Barracks complaint from Foster, Hadid and friends was a bit rich - and it may have backfired, says Kieran Long

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