A public meeting has been arranged to discuss plans for the regeneration of Hounslow town centre, including a 27-storey tower and more than 500 homes.
Barratt London and Wilson Bowden submitted an application earlier this month for the car park site, opposite Asda, just off Hounslow High Street.
Hounslow Central Residents Association (HCRA) has organised a forum on Wednesday (March 25) to discuss the proposals, which also comprise a 10-screen cinema and 10,000sq-m of shops, restaurants and cafés.
Anyone is welcome to attend the meeting, which will take place from 7.45pm on the first-floor of the Blenheim Centre in Prince Regent Road, Hounslow (use same entrance as for The Gym Hounslow).
HCRA chairman Trevor Timpson said: "Some aspects of the application are praiseworthy but there are also matters of concern - particularly overshadowing and overlooking of nearby properties, and the overall future of parking provision and traffic routes in the town centre."
Members of the public have until March 30 to submit their views about the plans to Hounslow Council.
Should the application be approved, the development is scheduled for completion in early 2018.