A public meeting about plans for a new school in a Brentford park will take place this week.
Floreat Brentford, a new primary free school due to open this September, would eventually take up a little under half of Brent Lea Recreation Ground under proposals announced earlier this year.
The trust behind the school has already submitted a planning application for a temporary building at the site, next to Syon Park.
But a group of residents, alarmed at the loss of what they say is one of the few remaining public green spaces in the area, have set up a campaign group called Save Our Rec (SOR) to fight the move.
The backlash has prompted Hounslow Council, which owns the land and says rent from the school would be used to fund improvements to the remainder of the site, to hold a public meeting before councillors determine the application's fate next month.
Council leader Steve Curran said: "We're holding this meeting because we know people will have a lot of questions about this application, which there wouldn't be enough time to answer at planning committee.
"This is a great opportunity to find out more and have your questions answered."
The meeting will take place at St Paul's Church, Brentford, on Thursday (May 28), from 7pm (doors open at 6.30pm), and anyone is welcome to attend.
Suzie Betlem, chair of Brentford Chamber of Commerce, will chair the meeting, which will be attended by all three Syon ward councillors along with council officers.
There will be a chance to ask questions on the evening or you submit them in advance by emailing email@example.com with the subject 'Floreat Meeting'.