Brentford Festival will again be held this September in Blondin Park, Northfields, where it has been staged for the past two years, organisers finally confirmed last week after much deliberation.
The annual extravaganza had been held in Boston Manor Park, Brentford, for many years before being cancelled in 2012 due to a conflict between organisers and Hounslow Council's former parks contractor, John Laing, over charges.
It moved the following year just over the borough boundary to Blondin Park, in Northfields, Ealing, where it remained in 2014.
Councillors in Hounslow were keen to see the popular festival return to its traditional home this September, but after much soul-searching organisers have rejected their overtures.
Festival manager Linda Massey said: "Looking ahead we feel it will be easier for us to deliver the event in Blondin Park where it has been for the past two years.
"We have more voluntary support because of the location and hopefully will be able to attract new participants and grant givers in future years.
"Despite basing in Ealing again, we remain fully committed to the communities of Brentford, Hounslow and beyond and last year it was certainly good to see so many Hounslow groups register with us. Naturally we look forward to more of the same in 2015.
"There is much work to do in order to top the success of last year but thanks to our amazingly dedicated team of volunteers, and the overwhelmingly consistent support shown to us by the London Borough of Ealing, we're going to go all out for an event which residents of both boroughs can be proud of!"
This year's festival will take place at Blondin Park, in Boston Manor Road, on Sunday September 6, from midday to 6pm, and will feature the usual stalls, activities, music and other attractions.
Thousands of people flocked to the festival last September, where they enjoyed live music, global cuisine and the chance to meet farm animals, among other entertainment.
A poll held on the day to decide its future location failed to produce a clear preference, with revellers evenly split.
Hounslow Council leader Steve Curran, a Syon ward councillor, was among the visitors and Ms Massey claimed he had been pressing for it to return to the borough.
But she said although Hounslow Council had been willing to use Section 106 funding from developers to cover some running costs, issues over the park's maintenance by council contractor Carillion remained unresolved.
For more about this year's festival and how to get involved, visit www.brentfordfestival.org.uk/contactus.html.