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QPR Plans New West London Stadium With Retractable Roof
Published July 9, 2012
JUST AROUND THE CORNER: The FINANCIAL TIMES' Hammond & Grant reported that Battersea Power Station has been bought for £400M ($619M) by a consortium of Malaysian companies in the "latest attempt to turn the property into a commercial venture." Administrators chose the consortium last month as preferred bidder for the 39-acre site on London's Thames River, sidelining efforts by Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovich "to secure it to build a new stadium" for his team (FINANCIAL TIMES, 7/5).