The team bringing forward the proposals for the regeneration of Wokingham Town Centre have published a summary of the feedback received during the consultation period last year.
The feedback demonstrated an overwhelming level of support for regenerating and improving the town centre and bringing new shop and leisure opportunities.
Patrick Arthurs from Wilson Bowden commented: "We felt it was important to publish the feedback which was received during the consultation period so that the community can see what types of issues were raised, and how we are responding to these. The full, detailed document will be submitted with the planning application."
The project team is working to address some of the issues which were raised regarding the proposals and recognise that some of those within the local community have concerns over the impact of the regeneration project on the town centre.
Cllr Matt Deegan from Wokingham Borough Council commented: "We will continue to listen to the views of stakeholders as we refine the development proposals and will keep the community updated as the plans move forward."
The planning applications for the refurbishment of Peach Place and for the wider redevelopment proposals are expected to be submitted later this year. Updates will be posted on the website.