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'We have largely lost the art of balancing private greed with public good.

We are now too much in thrall of property development. History shows it to be a doubleedged sword' Jonathan Glancey. Guardian, 21.7.03

'Poundbury is a retirement community of the mind, a shabbily executed artistic dead end. It is desperate, sad and wrong'

Stephen Bayley. Independent, 21.7.03

'Distaste was written all over his face, and I sympathise with him. Let's just say Prince Charles is not a fan of 1950s and '60s architecture' The Prince's views on Bracknell New Town, reported by council leader Paul Bettinson. Guardian, 21.7.03

'It is a historic development that two architects at this level are willing to work together in this way' Lower Manhattan Development Corporation president Kevin Rampe on the appointment of SOM's David Childs as Ground Zero design architect with Daniel Libeskind as consultant.

New York Times, 16.7.03

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