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WARREN FARM - PLANNING PERMISSION
2nd January 2014
Warren Farm deal signed with Ealing Council …
QUEENS Park Rangers Football Club is delighted to announce a
development agreement for Warren Farm has been signed with Ealing
Council, meaning planning permission for the club’s new training complex
can now be issued.
Under the development
agreement, QPR will build a new multi-purpose community sports complex
and elite training facility, which will provide a base for the club’s
first team and academy, as well as give local people access to
high-quality community and sports facilities.
Chairman Tony Fernandes said: “We are committed to building the club in
the right way and putting in place the foundations for future success.
“The academy is an important part of this, and this agreement is the next step in strengthening the long term prospects of QPR.
are delighted to partner Ealing Council and are particularly excited
about playing our part in providing fantastic new sporting facilities
for local residents, and to build on the excellent work of our Community
Trust to strengthen our ties with the community and provide
opportunities for all.”
The club’s new training
complex will bring together the academy with the first team. It will
provide state-of-the-art- facilities where our young players can
develop, and represents important progress for the club’s long-term
The improvements to the site will
also include enhanced football and cricket pitches, a new artificial
turf pitch and multi-games areas suitable for sports such as netball and
tennis. There will be a new changing block and facilities catering for
disabled users, as well as bookable community space in the new
clubhouse. Access to the site will also be improved, making it safer for
pedestrians, cyclists and motorists.
A Community Sports Development Programme (CSDP) has also been drawn up as
part of the agreement, which will see QPR offer a range of sports
programmes for local people, as well as other opportunities to take part in community activities. The CSDP focuses on encouraging local people,
particularly young women, older people and people with disabilities, to
get involved in sport.
Councillor Julian Bell,
leader of Ealing Council, said: “Warren Farm is in dire need of
redevelopment, so it is fantastic that QPR has committed to such a huge
investment into the site.
“Signing this deal is
the next step towards bringing Warren Farm back into use and
transforming it into a thriving hub of community activity and sport.
“QPR’s plans have a strong focus on community involvement and I’m looking forward to seeing it all come together.”
The club aims to bring the new facilities into use in 2016.
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Hill Onuoha Nelson Fabio
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Subs: Dyer, Park Ji-Sung & - of course! Wright-Philips
Non Playing Subs: Green, Ferdinand, Faurlin, Cisse
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LEAGUE TABLE AFTER OUR WIN AGAINST CHELSEA A YEAR AGO
1 Man Utd 21 26 52
2 Man City 21 22 45
3 Tottenham 21 12 39
4 Chelsea 20 20 38
5 Everton 21 9 36
6 Arsenal 20 18 34
7 West Brom 21 2 33
8 Liverpool 21 8 31
9 Swansea 21 5 29
10 Stoke 21 1 29
11 West Ham 20 0 26
12 Norwich 21 -10 25
13 Fulham 21 -5 24
14 Sunderland 21 -8 22
15 Newcastle 21 -12 20
16 Aston Villa 21 -24 19
17 Southampton 20 -11 18
18 Wigan 21 -17 18
19 Reading 21 -17 13
20 QPR 21 -19 13
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