Letter: Boundary wall

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The Independent Online
Sir: The point is not, as Sam Scorer implies (letter, 30 November) whether the planner or the architect is better qualified. The point is that the planner is employed to act in the public interest; the architect is employed to act in the interest of his client, who is usually not primarily concerned with architectural values or aesthetics.


Secretary, The Portsmouth Society

Southsea, Hampshire