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QPR co-chairmen Tony Fernandes and Ruben Gnanalingam earlier this month welcomed Deputy Mayor for Housing James Murray to the Oaklands regeneration site on Old Oak Common Lane, where work has begun on 600 new homes in a joint venture between QPR and Genesis Housing Association.

The regeneration – the first major development in the Old Oak area – is part of a plan to secure QPR’s long term future by finding a sustainable new home for the club.