THE public's response to ambitious plans to transform Huddersfield's St George's Square has been described as "fantastic".
July 22 was the final day for the public to respond to the three ideas.
Now, a period of analysis will begin and the findings of the first stage of public consultation will be presented in private to Kirklees councillors on August 16.
The three schemes are:
* Option One: Increasing pedestrian areas, principally on the north side of Britannia Buildings and leaving Railway Street open to traffic, while traffic flow remains unchanged.
* Option Two: Creating a large open public space and pedestrian area, stretching from the railway station to John William Street.
Under this option, Railway Street will be closed to all traffic, except taxis and delivery vehicles.
But the station drop-off point will be available from John William Street.
* Option Three: Improving pedestrian areas to develop the square's potential as a transport interchange.
In this scheme, Railway Street is re-routed in front of Britannia Buildings creating a large pedestrian area.
Access to Railway Street and the square is limited to buses, taxis and delivery vehicles, although public access to the station car park and drop-off point remains, but via John William Street.
Project manager Roland Sansom said he was pleased with the public's enthusiasm.
"There has been a fantastic response. We'll look at them closely and present the outcomes in August," he said.
"This will be a long process and we are at a very early stage. But so far things seem to be going well."