The Prince is entitled to his views on architecture and to put them into practice in places that he owns - the incredibly boring Poundbury, for instance -but he is not entitled to interfere in the normal working of the process of choosing and commissioning an architect and seeking approval of the proposals from the appropriate planning authority. A particularly unsatisfactory aspect of the Prince's involvement is his habit of suggesting the names of his preferred architects to developers who have their own list of the architects they like.
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