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Richard Rogers Partnership has been given the green light to start on site with its £26.9 million design for the Welsh Assembly building in Cardiff after assembly members voted against proposals for a smaller half-price alternative. The politicians voted 48 for the scheme and only nine against after RRP argued that there was no comparison between the two schemes, both by RRP, in terms of function, cost and architecture.

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