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Assembly start


Taylor Woodrow looks set to start work in June on the delayed project to build a new home for the Welsh Assembly in Cardiff. The team is the assembly's preferred bidder for the £25 million scheme to build the debating chamber and will work with it to agree a fixed price before starting on site in the summer. The assembly has retained David McLean as an alternative bidder should talks with Taywood falter. Work is due to finish in summer 2005.