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When in June Prince Charles intervened in the plans for the Chelsea Barrack site (and helped get architects Rogers Stirk Harbour so unceremoniously dumped from the project), it was strange to hear writers such as Tom Stoppard come out in support of the Prince. Perhaps, as Rowan Moore suggests in the new August issue of Prospect, Charles had touched a nerve – something is wrong with the way London is planned.

In the piece, Moore traces…

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