The Prince branded the country's planners too 'specialised and reductive' to deliver attractive communities and went on to slate modern housing estates in a speech last week.
Speaking at the Gala Dinner of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), he also labelled engineers as a bad influence on town planning.
He said: 'The design standards imposed by the highway engineering profession are particularly damaging to community, as they ensure the dominance of the motor vehicle over the pedestrian.'
The prince issued a call to arms to the RICS, adding that surveyors could 'convert' planners and engineers.
He concluded: 'Neighbourhoods of [the] Georgian and Victorian era hold value far better than the monocultural housing estates of the past 50 years.'