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Olympic Stadium deal must be made public

The London Legacy Development Corporation has failed in its latest bid to keep secret the deal it made with West Ham to give it the use of the Olympic Stadium. There can be no excuses for secrecy on how taxpayers’

Statement on Stadium Meeting

QPR1st Supporters’ Trust representatives were pleased to have the opportunity to discuss the proposals for the new stadium with the Alan Sendorek, Head of Strategy, QPR Property. The meeting was a positive step forward in establishing effective dialogue between the club

The Clubs Old Oak Stadium Appeal

The club is asking supporters to make their support known to the Old Oak regeneration planners. They explain how here http://www.qpr.co.uk/news/article/qpr-new-stadium-support-form-3000872.aspx  While  QPR 1st Supporters’ Trust continue to have some serious unanswered questions about the new stadium, its actual ownership

Supporters’ consultation committee minutes published

We welcome the club breaking its silence over plans for a new stadium at last week’s supporter consultation meeting. We hope this is a start to more regular and more detailed discussion on the proposals as the planning process for

We ask; what’s the future for ticket prices at Loftus Road?

QPR1st Supporters’ Trust is asking the club to clarify season ticket arrangements, and plans for the future following a statement by club co-chairman Tony Fernandes that the publicised 30 per cent increase in season ticket prices will not take place.  The

Football supporters make a difference

Congratulations to Liverpool supporters for their campaign which has led to a u-turn by the club’s owners with a two-year freeze on Anfield ticket prices – and to the Football Supporters Federation which successfully called for an increase in the

QPR1st Supporters’ Trust thanks Amit Bhatia for his work as chairman of the Community Trust.

QPR1st Supporters’ Trust thanks Amit Bhatia for his work as chairman of the Community Trust. His decision to step down as chairman of QPR in the Community Trust comes after seven years in that role. Under his chairmanship the Community

QPR1st says the club should break its silence on new stadium plans

Eight weeks of consultation on a “local plan” for Old Oak – where QPR has said it wants to build a new stadium – has started. The consultation, by the planning authority for the area – the Old Oak and

Campaign for openness on West Ham Olympic Stadium deal

QPR1st supports the campaign coalition of supporter trusts calling for the deal for West Ham to use the Olympic stadium to be made public.  As West Ham and the London Legacy Development Corporation are reported as  disagreeing over the meaning

Don Howe R.I.P

QPR1st were saddened to learn of the death of Don Howe today at the age of 80. Although Don will be remembered most by the general footballing world for his time at Arsenal as a player and manager and with

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