Tomorrow night is crunch-time for building plans that would change the face of Tolworth forever.

CNM Estates’ plan to build four new high-rise blocks next to Tolworth Tower would bring more than 300 new homes, landscaping and shops to the Broadway.

Chairman Wahid Samady told the Surrey Comet when the land was purchased: "We have bought it because I care about Tolworth. I’m going to do something stunning and brilliant for it.

"We are standing tall and we are developing for the borough."

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But Kingston’s Conservatives have whipped up opposition to the plans.

MP James Berry said in a letter to councillors: "Tolworth is already congested. The plans for 376 new residential units will only increase congestion on the Broadway and on the terribly congested roundabout. This will increase air pollution in one of the most polluted parts of the borough - the A3 and roundabout."

Alexandra ward councillor Richard Hudson said: "We must be under no illusion that this site will be developed. It is a case of making sure we get the best we can for the area and us as residents. "After all, we live and work here and developers don't."

47 letters of objection have been received by the council, with 53 in support. These final figures were confirmed by Kingston Council as late material a day before the meeting.

Councillors will debate whether to approve or deny construction at Guildhall tomorrow from 7.30pm.