Car Giant revs up its message for Old Oak – club stays silent

Car Giant are next week holding a number of meetings to update some influential people; politicians, community organisations and others, about their latest thinking on their proposals for Old Oak. They will also be telling them about their upcoming programme of public consultation.

Car Giant and QPR are developing rival plans for the redevelopment of Old Oak.

Some of those Car Giant meetings will involve their partners, including London and Regional Properties, a company that claims to have 9bn-worth of developments underway in projects from Park Royal to Panama.

QPR seems to have been less pro-active. We met Hammersmith MP Andy Slaughter to discuss the stadium and other QPR issues this week – and although he has been invited to one of the Car Giant events, he has not been updated by QPR.

He did sign the pre-election pledge supporting the club’s proposal to keep the club in Hammersmith – but, like us, has not had an update on the club’s plans for some time.

 This emphasises the urgent need for the club to share information with supporters and supporter organisations so we can play our part in influencing the outcome of decision-making around the new stadium and Old Oak. 

 Car Giant will be holding seven public consultation meetings from 18 June to 4 July.

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