Category: Boardroom

QPR1st Welcomes new CEO Lee Hoos

The appointment of Lee Hoos as chief executive for QPR has been welcomed by QPR1st Supporters’ Trust.  It has been announced that Lee Hoos will be taking up the post at QPR later in the summer.  The Trust looks forward

Matchday Operations Meeting Minutes

The club responds to matchday safety issues A meeting took place recently between representatives of supporter groups and the club to talk about matchday safety issues. We asked people for questions before the meeting and these, along with other questions, were put

GLA says clubs building new stadiums should pay the living wage

Clubs planning to build new stadiums as part of regeneration projects should pay the London Living Wage to all stadium employees, according to a charter set to be agreed by the Greater London Authority tomorrow (Wednesday). This comes three months

Is that a new stadium way out in the distance?

Any QPR supporter who looks at the Mayor of London’s current consultation on the Old Oak regeneration would be forgiven for thinking that not much progress has been made towards a new QPR stadium. In December 2013 the club announced

Vital questions

QPR’s latest financial statements raise a number of questions.  QPR1st Supporters’ Trust hopes the club will clarify these issues so that supporters can have an accurate picture of what it happening at the club they follow. The financial statements show

Beard Gone

Phillip Beard has now left QPR. His resignation from the club was announced in February and he has now left the club. We look forward to a fruitful relationship with whoever is appointed in his place.  It is an important

Your questions to the club

Your questions to the club  QPR chairman Tony Fernandes will be on the club’s London Call-In this week and the club has asked for questions to be tweeted to them before the broadcast on #LCI  It is good that supporters

Resignation of Phil Beard

Following his resignation as chief executive of QPR, QPR 1st Supporters Trust wishes Phil Beard well for the future. The Supporters Trust will aim to establish a positive relationship with his successor. The officer with responsibility for running day to day affairs

New stadium consultation meeting

QPR1st Supporters’ Trust, welcomed the club’s decision to hold a meeting on Wednesday (3 September) with supporter groups and websites to discuss progress towards moving to a new stadium.  We welcome the club sharing information with supporters and that the

New ground proposals and Car Giant

QPR1st, the supporters’ trust, asked for a meeting with the club to discuss the new stadium project and to see if supporters can help the club to make progress and a meeting with supporter groups is now expected.  The Trust

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