QPR on modern stadiums and community
Loftus Road, QPR's current ground and home since 1917, lacks space for stadium redevelopment
The football club, Queens Park Rangers, which last graced the premier league in 2015, is looking at different options to develop a new stadium at a time of extensive regeneration for west London suburbs.
At our October 10 forum in White City, London, Alan Sendorek, Head of Strategy for QPR Property will be speaking about plans to create a modern stadium, ideally within the borough of Hammersmith and Fulham to be close to its loyal and local fan base.
Alan will be joining fellow panel contributors Paul Carney (Planning Director at WYG) and Ben Heath (Principal at Grimshaw) at White City Place which was the site of the famous 80,000 seat stadium created for the 1908 summer Olympics and which QPR used as its base during two phases in its history.
The Loftus Road Stadium although much loved by many fans falls well below modern standards for what has become a much more family orientat