A MASSIVE £45million campus in St John's Wood will bring together four schools and a range of public services.
The four schools - Quintin Kynaston Community Foundation, George Eliot Junior, George Eliot Infant and Beachcroft - will be extensively redeveloped under the Building Schools for the Future programme to provide new facilities and a 'university-style' campus for pupils.
The Marlborough Hill site will also include youth, health and children's services, a police base, an adult learning centre, sports facilities and a drop-in nursery and créche.
An outdoor parkour (free running) park and climbing facility, a 25m swimming pool, portable boxing ring, turf pitch, four outside sports courts, a 1km running trail, exercise dance studio and a recording studio are among other facilities being considered.
Students and the wider community will be able to take advantage of the campus, which could also include an all-age breakfast club, a town square and an amphitheatre, which will act as a meeting point for residents.
Public consultation is due to start on the scheme this month.
Westminster Council will submit a planning application later this year and, if approved, building work would begin next year.
Head of children's services at the council, Councillor Mark Page, said: "This is a very exciting and highly ambitious scheme, which we believe will transform education and community facilities in this part of London.
"It's important to stress though that it's still early days and over the coming months we will be seeking a wide range of people's views on what they think of the scheme before the plans are finalised."