The Sunday Telegraph (London)
March 31, 2013
Edition 1;
National Edition

BY Richard Eden

THE PRINCE of Wales has fought a series of battles over the "monstrous
carbuncles" that he sees as ruining the urban landscape. Happily,
there is one property developer with whom he has found common cause.

Bob Manoukian, who was involved in a multi-millionpound legal battle
with Prince Jefri of Brunei, the younger brother of the sultan, is
behind a new outdoor centre at Dumfries House, the Scottish property
rescued for the nation by Prince Charles.

The Manoukian Foundation, which is run by the Armenian-born Bob, above,
and his wife, Tamar, has paid for the Tamar Manoukian Outdoor Centre,
which Charles is due to visit with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
on Friday. The centre will provide accommodation and team activities
for young people and will also be open to schools across Scotland.