About 80 people went along to a two-day public exhibition in Houghton Regis, about proposals to build around 190 new homes in the town.
Now housebuilder Taylor Wimpey South East says it will take on board their feedback when shaping a formal planning application to be submitted “in the near future”.
But it is not too late to view and comment on the current consultation material – just check out www.taylorwimpeyhoughtonregis.co.uk.
A Taylor Wimpey spokesman said: “Our public consultation event was attended by about 80 people across the two days, and we would like to thank everyone who came along to find out more about our proposed development.
“We had some useful discussions with the local community and received some valuable feedback on various elements of the scheme design, which will now be used to help us shape our proposals as we work towards finalising a planning application for submission later in the year or early in 2014.”
The idea is to build the new homes, including 30 per cent affordable housing, on a 6.8-hectare site east of Bedford Road, north of Churchfield Road and west of Tithe Farm Primary School.
Access to the new housing development would be via a new mini roundabout in Bedford Road.
Additional traffic calming measures are proposed for Bedford Road along with improvements to footways and crossing facilities.