Around 189 car parking spaces will be lost if the development goes ahead (Credit: Google Maps)
The properties would be built on the south side of the car park, between Bryant Avenue and Whitelands Ways.
They would be between three and five storeys high and consist of 27 one bedroom, 49 two bedroom and 11 three bedroom apartments.
Around 35 per cent of the homes would be classified as affordable.
There are also plans for a roof garden on one of the buildings as well as an internal podium.
Developers Weston Homes intend to relocate the hand car wash facility, click & collect unit and recycling centre to a different section of the car park.
The Tesco car park would lose a total of 189 parking spaces although the supermarket believes the remaining 588 spaces will be enough to handle busier shopping periods such as Christmas.
There would be 89 car parking spaces for residents of the new properties.
Havering Council is expected to make a decision by Thursday, 16 September.
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