QPR begins consultation on new 40,000 stadium in Old Oak Common

CGI of the new stadium Queens Park Rangers are hoping to move into a 40,000 seat stadium

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Queens Park Rangers football club has begun a consultation on its plans for a new 40,000-seat stadium.

The west London Premier League club said the development at Old Oak Common in north-west London, would create 55,000 jobs and 24,000 homes.

The stadium will be part of a regeneration of the area, which is provisionally called New Queens Park.

The venue would replace the club's current Loftus Road ground in Shepherd's Bush.

Artist's impression of the plans for stadium and regeneration The new stadium will be part of a regeneration of the Old Oak Common area

The redevelopment also include plans for a station to connect to the Crossrail link and the London to Birmingham HS2 rail link.

QPR Chairman Tony Fernandes said: "We are looking to deliver much more than just a stadium.

"We want to create a new destination that we propose to call New Queens Park.

"It will serve as a catalyst for regeneration, creating thousands of new jobs and homes for local people."

A website for the project has been created for people to read about the plans and to have their say.

The consultation will run until 17 October.

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