A DECISION on plans for a children's nursery at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary has been put off for more talks.
Fifty places would be provided for children of hospital staff.
But the proposals have run into trouble, because of traffic fears and the potential loss of trees.
Eighteen people, including two Kirklees councillors, have objected to the scheme.
Lindley Liberal Democrat Clr David Payne said he would oppose any access to the site from Occupation Road.
Councillors deferred a decision after visiting the site yesterday.
Planners were authorised to open talks with health officials to see if the plans can be changed.
A report will be given to the council's area planning sub-committee.
Thirteen jobs would be created with the nursery's opening, says the Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust.