A meeting will take place later to decide whether to push ahead with multi-million pound plans to regenerate the old Corus site on Deeside.
The plans include building 600 houses over a twelve year period, a business and technology park, hotel and a shopping centre. Over 2000 jobs would be created.
Other features of the development include a parkland, footpaths, cyclepaths and improved flood defences.
Opponents to the plans have raised concerns over privacy issues and increased traffic to the area.
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