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Rocking the foundation

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In what amounts to a clean sweep at the Prince's Foundation, formerly known as the Prince of Wales Institute for Architecture, Lady Hilary Browne-Wilkinson has been replaced as chairman by property and environmental academic David Cadman, founder of Environmental Governance, and Lawyer Jeffrey Jowell has resigned as a trustee. The moves follow the resignation of Adrian Gale as institute director. New trustees include Housing Corporation chair Baroness Dean; architect and one-time student firebrand, Phoenix Trust chairman David Taylor; Richard Barras of Property Market Analysis; and architectural historian Alistair Service, who also chairs Wiltshire Health Authority. Prince Charles said he hoped the foundation would improve towns and cities 'through the promotion of humane principles of planning, designing and building'.

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