Locals and travellers came together to voice their concerns about the three sites being proposed in Leicester.
People living in the area are worried about the impact it will have on house prices, schools and traffic.
The traveller community say they're also unhappy with the plans as they don't think the new developments.
The proposed sites could be built at Greengate Lane, Beaumont Way and Red Hill Way.
People living in the area are sceptical the council will listen to their views and believe the sites will be built anyway.
Leicester City Council say they're needed because there's a shortage of legal sites in the UK.
The public meeting, held last night, is the latest stage in a six week consultation process which runs till the middle of April.