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Cargiant/LRP/QPR/GLA – Old Oak Common Regeneration – Greater London - Project Profile

Cargiant/LRP/QPR/GLA – Old Oak Common Regeneration – Greater London - Project Profile


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Cargiant, London & Regional Properties (LRP) and Queens Park Rangers (QPR) along with Greater London Authority (GLA) are planning the Old Oak Common Regeneration in England, the UK.

The project involves the regeneration of a 78.9ha semi-industrial site into a living community with up to 24,000 homes and a 40,000-seat football stadium known as "New Queens Park stadium" at the site.

It includes the construction of residential units, public welfare service units, parking facilities, access roads, water supply systems.

It also includes the construction of a sports center, a fitness center, a rehabilitation center, a VIP zone, a player's pavilion, restaurants, parking and other related facilities.

Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) has been appointed as project manager.

DP9 has been appointed as planning consultant, Waterman Group as environmental consultant, Arup as infrastructure and engineering consultant, PLP Architecture as architect, and West 8 as landscape architect for residential development of the project.

Farrells has been appointed as planning consultant, Populous as architect, CZWG as design consultant, EC Harris as PMC contractor, Savills as lead consultant, Stadium Capital Holdings as associate developer for the stadium.

Cargiant, LRP, QPR and GLA secured parliamentary approvals from Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.

On June 20, 2016, Atkins was appointed as the sustainability advisor for the project. Atkin's division Faithful+Gould will develop a set of ambitious environmental sustainability targets that will be used on project and feed into all future development across London.

In August 2016, QPR received preliminary approvals from London mayor.

In May 2017, a team led by Aecom including Asif Khan, BIG and Wilkinson Eyre, was awarded a contract to develop a master plan for the project.

Aecom will draw up several masterplan options for the project site and Cargiant, LRP, QPR and GLA expects to select the preferred option by the first quarter of 2018.


The project involves regeneration on 78.9ha of land in West London, the UK.

The US$37,981 million project involves the following:

1. Construction of 24,000 homes

2. Construction of a 40,000-seat football stadium

3. Construction of public welfare service units

4. Construction of parking facilities

5. Construction of access roads

6. Construction of water supply systems

7. Construction of a sports center

8. Construction of a fitness center

9. Construction of a rehabilitation center

10. Construction of a VIP zone

11. Construction of a player's pavilion

12. Construction of restaurants

13. Construction of other related infrastructure

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