QPR have obtained planning permission for the redevelopment of the Concorde Centre in Heston for a new training ground.
Permission is subject to a referral to the Secretary of State and paves the way for Rangers to soon begin work on the site.
QPR Holdings Ltd completed the freehold acquisition of the 27-acre site in December 2020 and want to switch their training base to there from Harlington.
Chief executive Lee Hoos told the club website: “This is fantastic news for the club and is a decision which impacts the club’s short, medium and long-term future.
“We understand fans are fed up of hearing about a new training ground as it’s a topic that has been going on for many years, hence our decision to only provide updates when they are significant. This news is significant
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank Hounslow council for their fantastic support throughout the process, as well as Jason Cham, who has been leading on the development from the club’s side.
“I would also like to acknowledge the continued and unwavering support of the owners towards this critical project.
“Planning permission remains subject to a referral to the Secretary of State but this is a massive step forward in our vision to provide the club with a training facility we can all be proud of.”