The terraces at Griffin Park would be replaced by terraces of a very different kind under the latest plans for the site of Brentford FC's current stadium.
A total of 75 homes, mostly two-storey terraced buildings, are proposed for the site in Braemar Road once the club moves to its new ground in Lionel Road South.
The club already has outline planning permission for the development of the Griffin Park site, which was first approved back in 2005.
But Prime Place, a subsidiary of the building firm Willmott Dixon, has now submitted a detailed 'reserved matters' planning application to Hounslow Council for 75 town houses.
The vast majority of the new buildings would be three or four-bedroom homes with gardens and there would be an 800sq-m public space at the centre, including a memorial garden and a playground.
There would be no affordable housing, despite the council usually requiring 41% of new housing to be affordable.
Prime Place says affordable housing may be included at the Lionel Road site, where more than 900 new homes are planned alongside the new stadium, if feasible.
Access to the development would be via Braemar Road, and there would be a total of 102 car parking spaces.
Prime Place's application says its proposals were "largely received positively" by surrounding residents, and states: "The proposals provide high-quality family housing, an excellent public realm, and are wholly in keeping with the surrounding context."
Griffin Park cannot be demolished until Brentford FC's new 20,000-seater stadium has been completed.
Planning permission has been granted for the new stadium but work cannot begin until a public inquiry into an appeal against a compulsory purchase order issued to secure the land has been concluded.
The public inquiry is due to begin on September 8 and Brentford FC says it still hopes to begin work at the site by the end of the year, subject to the outcome.