MORE than 100 comments have been made on plans for a job-creating zone.
The plans centre on 220 acres of land in the Leeds Road and St Andrew's Road area of Huddersfield, to be known as the Kirklees Strategic Employment Zone.
Some responses questioned whether the highway proposals were radical enough.
Property developers are wary that the costs of road and transport improvements will keep investors away from the area.
Kirklees Council deputy leader Clr John Smithson said: "The responses are many and varied and throw up ideas and concerns that must be properly evaluated.
"I want to make certain we have listened carefully and improved our ideas as a result of this consultation."
Council chiefs say there is potential for £100m investment to support 5,000 jobs.
Brownfield sites - land which has had buildings on before - would be used.
Clr Smithson added: "The evaluation involves considerable careful and detailed work.
"I have asked officers to get on with it as quickly as possible.
"I expect it to be completed by the summer, so that we can then move quickly to develop this major boost to the local economy."