The developer had previously proposed a controversial development known as the 'Octopus' for the site.
Galliard held a public exhibition last week, where the plans were unveiled.
The tower would contain 312 new apartments, of which around a quarter would be affordable, and 50,000 sq ft of commercial space. The site would also provide 110 parking spaces.
Galliard is developing the site with its consortium partner Kim Gottlieb under the name Starbones.
A full planning application for the revised scheme is expected to be submitted to Hounslow Council before the end of the year.