The initial public consultation in May revealed a majority, 53%, concerned about the idea of swapping employment land for housing and community use.
Five to six out of ten respondents also raised the issues of traffic, more housing, integration of the town, and pressure on local services.
However, creating further facilities for the whole of Bingham, improving bus, cycle and pedestrian links and using the 'old' A46 as a new local spine road were favoured by six to seven out of ten of respondents.
The themes, issues and benefits identified in the first round of consultation helped to inform the plans, in particular the inclusion of car parking north of the railway line.
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