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Former principal of the University of London, Peter Holwell, is to replace Professor Richard Hodges as dean of school at the Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture, which is to have a new name and focus. Hodges left the institute last Friday 'by mutual consent'.

The Prince of Wales's School of Architecture and the Building Arts, as it will be called, will strive to work in closer alliance with other community and built-environment interests of the prince and, said a spokesperson, aim to get back to teaching, with Adrian Gale looking at new courses for mature students and CPD alongside the foundation course.

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