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Around fifty people attended a meeting in Hanwell this week (26th) over the proposed development of Warren Farm - Ealing’s largest sports ground.
The plans are to build an all-singing, all-dancing state-of-the-art training ground for Queen’s Park Rangers Football Club, a category 1 Football Training Academy
Read more Ealing Today - March 4th 2013
QPR’S second option for a new training ground is the swish Park Club in Acton where members pay £1,000-a-year to tread its hallowed lawns - There is also the considerable matter of compensating up to a 1,000 Park Club members who would be told the facility is now in the hands of the football club whose floodlights are visible in the distance.... Read more Fulham and Hammersmith Chronicle
"The disposal of Warren Farm Sports grounds by Ealing Council will be a great loss to the people of Ealing in general and those of Hanwell particularly." Ealing Green Party - June 22nd 2013
They are lodging papers at the High Court of Justice to review Ealing Council's decision to give land - rent free for 200 years - to QPR football club for their new Training and Academy HQ.Read full Story
Ealing Today - 30th Jan 2014
The 'Save Warren Farm' campaigners are trying to preserve the land in Brent River Park which has been used as playing fields for the Borough's schools and local sports clubs for over 50 years. Read full Story
PR Newswire - 30 Jan 2014
Ealing residents today lodged papers in the High Court of Justice to Judicially Review Ealing Council's decision to sign over 61 acres of London's Green Belt, rent free for 200 years, to QPR football club for their new Training and Academy HQ. Read more
Yahoo Finance 30 Jan 2014
Queens Park Rangers’ plans to build a new Training and Academy centre could be under threat after a campaign group lodged papers in the High Court claiming the decision to allow the development was unlawful.
A sports development planned for Southall has been given a frosty reception by neighbours, who claim the council is ‘gifting’ the site to Queens Park Rangers.
Warren Farm sports ground is set for a £30million makeover from the Premier League football club. Read full story
Ealing Gazette - Published March 8th 2013
Resident actor Philip Jackson pictured in Poirot with David Suchet, said he was "appaulled" at the deal with QPR and added, "I am very upset by the cynicism of this plan and urge everybody to support the call for a judicial review of the whole process"
Evening Standard- 15th Jan 2014
They are lodging papers at the High Court of Justice to review Ealing Council's decision to give land - rent free for 200 years - to QPR football club for their new Training and Academy HQ. Read full story
w3 Acton Front Page - 30 Jan 2014
The 61 acres of public land in west London is another in the growing list of green spaces being taken over by developers as QPR, intend to build a £2m training facility on this metropolitan open land, and in the process will drive off the local community Read more
The Guardian 13th June 2016