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demolition of the warner stand
07 Sep 2015

Work begins on new Warner Stand

Work has begun on the new Warner Stand at Lord's.

the new lord's warner stand
06 May 2015

Warner Stand rebuild to begin in September

Construction of the new Lord's Warner Stand will begin in September 2015, it has been confirmed at MCC's Annual General Meeting.

south-western project
17 Apr 2015

MCC announces phase two plans for Lord's Masterplan

MCC today announces plans for the second phase of the Masterplan for the redevelopment of Lord’s – the South-Western Project.

Warner Stand
09 Apr 2015

New Warner Stand film released

MCC has today released a film on the proposed new Warner Stand with Club Members being asked to approve the first phase of the Masterplan for Lord’s.

Grand Stand
09 Oct 2014

MCC embark on £3.7m Grand Stand upgrades

MCC has begun work on £3.7m worth of refurbishments and upgrades to the Grand Stand at Lord's, in addition to preparing for the demoltion of the Warner Stand.

Lord's Cricket Ground

Lord's worth £15.6m to Westminster economy

International cricket at Lord’s generates millions of pounds for the local economy, according to a study commissioned by MCC.

The Tavern Stand
07 Jun 2014

Populous appointed for next Masterplan project

MCC has appointed Populous as the architect of the South-Western project for redevelopment at Lord’s Cricket Ground.

The Lord's Pavilion
07 May 2014

Lord's Masterplan update

MCC President Mike Gatting today outlined, at the Club’s Annual General Meeting (AGM), some key decisions taken by the MCC Committee in relation to the redevelopment of Lord’s Cricket Ground. 

Mayor of London Boris Johnson
10 Apr 2014

Mayor of London approves Warner Stand plans

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has today approved plans to redevelop the Warner Stand at Lord’s Cricket Ground.

The new Warner Stand
19 Mar 2014

MCC receives permission for new Warner Stand

MCC has received planning permission from Westminster City Council for the new Warner Stand at Lord’s.

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