Sarah Ebanja


QPR (and formerly Chief Executive of Islington Council)

Sarah is a member of the QPR new-stadium project team, and in this role is an advisor on matters relating to social, economic and community benefits encompassing affordable housing and making Old Oak a place where the club and its residents will call home, enjoy living and which will flourish.

At a local level, Sarah’s roles have included deputy chief executive of Islington Council, interim managing director of Hackney Council and assistant director of Education & Finance at Lewisham Council.   

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Is West the new East?


Old Oak Common, the ‘Canary Wharf of the West’, will become one of the best-connected places in the UK when HS2 and Crossrail arrive in 2026, and is set to deliver 24,000 new homes and 55,000 jobs for London.


Is West the new East?


West London is giving the east a real run for its money with billions of pounds worth of projects, an Opportunity Area Framework and a Development Corporation to pull as many strings for Old Oak Common together as it can. And just as HS1 and Stratford station were the catalysts for the Olympics and the east’s rise, the west is hoping that HS2 and Old Oak Common station will repeat the trick on the other side of town.