These are the first pictures showing how a new supermarket and flats planned for the eastern end of Hounslow town centre might look.
Tesco wants to replace vacant offices beside Hounslow Bus Garage with a 45,000 sq ft store below up to 150 flats and a 300-space multi-storey car park in vacant offices.
Detailed plans of the scheme, which the grocery giant claims will kick-start the town centre's regeneration, will go on public display at the site tomorrow and Saturday.
Tesco first announced plans to return to Hounslow, just across the road from its old store, in July.
James Wiggam, the company's corporate affairs manager, said more than 80 per cent of visitors to an exhibition that month supported the plans but some changes had been made in response to negative feedback.
"The building's been designed to reduce the massing near North Drive, with the tallest sections on the other side," he said."We've also looked to improve the amount of open space, thus creating a real link with the High Street and drawing customers towards the other shops."
Early plans, which have yet to be submitted to Hounslow Council, include a number of roof gardens the developers claim will create 'a green oasis in the middle of Hounslow'.
Tesco, which is working in partnership with St James's Investments, claims the supermarket will create 350 full and part-time jobs for local residents and boost business for other traders.
Tesco's latest plans will be on display at Hounslow House, 730 London Road (the site of the proposed building) tomorrow from midday to 8pm and Saturday from 10am to 6pm.