PLANS for an extra 210 places at five primary schools across the borough have been unveiled.
People have been invited to have their say about the latest proposals to meet the growing demand for places.
Hounslow has one of the capital's fastest growing birth rates and the need for primary places has risen from 3,134 to 4,651 a year in the last decade.
The schools, which would be expanded in time for the start of term in September 2015, are:
* St Paul's CE Primary, Brentford (30 extra places a year)
* Beavers Primary, Hounslow (30)
* Hounslow Heath Infant & Nursery (60)
* Hounslow Heath Junior (60 extra places a year, from September 2016)
* St Mary's RC Primary, Isleworth (30)
Parents, governors, staff and residents have until October 18 to have their say via the council's website.
Councillor Tom Bruce, Hounslow's cabinet member for education, said: "We've been creating extra classes in schools every year since 2008, but demand keeps growing so we need to keep planning ahead to make sure we have enough places in future.
“These schools have been chosen because they are in areas where there is demand for extra places and we think there is enough room for expansion to take place."
A report on the findings is due in December and a final decision is scheduled to be made in April next year.
* The consultation is available at www.hounslow.gov.uk/consultations .