- 2639 individual responses by email and letter (over 2000 from QPR fans)- 1200 comments at workshops and drop-in sessions
- 28000 web views from 6000 visitors, generating 200 comments
- 80 tweets

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London24: "Cargiant say a new QPR stadium on their land at Old Oak Common is not a viable option"

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"QPR could build a new stadium in a different part of west London, according to Cargiant’s managing director Tony Mendes.

"Mendes, a season ticket-holder at Loftus Road, says his company are currently working on relocating to a new site but are pushing ahead with their own plans to redevelop on the 47 acres that they own at Old Oak Common.

"The relocation has been forced following a decision by Eric Pickles, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, to approve a scheme by the Mayor of London to regenerate Old Oak Common with the creation of a brand new city with up to 24,000 homes and more than 55,000 jobs."

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