A new primary free school has found a permanent home just down the road from the Brentford tower block in which it opened last autumn.
Floreat Brentford is currently located in the ground floor of the eight-storey Trico House apartment building at the Great West Quarter estate in Ealing Road, Brentford.
The trust that runs the school has found a new site at the Layton Road car park, less than 100 metres away, which is currently occupied by a Suzuki dealership.
It hopes the two-form entry school can move there in time for the 2018/19 academic year, by which time it will have outgrown its current premises.
Floreat Education Academies Trust has agreed in principle with Hounslow Council , the Education Funding Agency (EFA) and Hodson Developments for the school to be part of a mixed-use scheme at the site.
Decision due at end of April
Council leader Steve Curran is due to make a single member decision on April 26 about the proposal.
Should he give his approval, planning permission would still be required before the development could go ahead.
The school had initially planned to open last autumn in a temporary building at Brent Lea Recreation Ground.
But it was forced to look for a last-minute alternative following a public backlash against the loss of green space .
She said: "I am thrilled that we have found such a superb location for our new school and that we can continue the great work we are doing. We look forward to welcoming new children, and will ensure that they flourish."
The size of the proposed mixed-use scheme and the number of homes have yet to be finalised. The council said it expected a formal planning application to be submitted some time this summer.
The freehold of the car park site is owned by the council, which said the Suzuki garage and Transteel Electrical, both based there, are owned and controlled by Hodson Developments.
'Ever increasing pressure on school places'
Children at the school, which will have 420 pupils when it reaches capacity, currently use a nearby public park as their playground but it is understood the new school grounds would include an on-site playground.
It is understood the new site only became available after Floreat Education had carried out its initial search for potential locations, which identified Brent Lea Rec as the best option.
Hounslow Council's education chief, Councillor Tom Bruce, said: "We're determined to make sure every child in the borough receives the best education possible, and like most London boroughs we have a rapidly growing school-age population and an ever increasing pressure on school places.
"I'm delighted that by working together we have been able to propose a viable new site."
A report last November forecast that more than 2,000 extra primary school places would be needed in Hounslow to meet the growing demand over the next decade.
Floreat Education opened its first two schools in Brentford and Wandsworth last September, and is due to open three more in Southall, Colindale and Wokingham this autumn.