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Trafalgar House, in joint venture with Taylor Woodrow, has won a masterplan study from the Malaysian government for a £150 million combat base covering a 15,625 ha site about 170 km south-east of Kuala Lumpur.The project was first mooted in 1988 as part of a £1,000 million arms deal between Britain and Malaysia.Work will be done by a specially registered Malaysian company, Trafalgar Taywood Sdn Bhd and entails the preparation of a detailed plan for the base at Gemas in Negeri Sembilan.