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Demolition work marking the start of the £42.5 million Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds is under way.The project was officially launched by housing minister Sir George Young at the 15 ha Clarence Dock site which will become home to some of the exhibits currently in storage at the Tower of London museum.Heery is project managing the scheme and will supervise specialist fitting-out. Meanwhile, Alfred McAlpine has the develop and construct contract for the museum. CONSTRUCTION NEWS