Chester Racecourse has unveiled revised plans for a new grandstand and conference centre.
They want to build the facilities on an existing car park and create a new specially landscaped lawned area.
The proposal follows a previously rejected application for a multi-storey car park and road diversions.
Racecourse bosses say they spent a period of consultation addressing the key concerns raised by the Planning Committee, before approaching Cheshire West and Chester Council with a revised proposal.
The updated plan sees the two key buildings in the development proposals combined into a new Conference Centre and Grandstand, located next to the Holiday Inn Express hotel and overlooking the racecourse.
Plans to build a multi-storey car park have also now been scrapped.
Instead, it is proposed that cars will use nearby Kitchen Street and an existing route through the railway arches.
The application is expected to be considered by the Planning Committee in August and, if approved, a first phase of work would begin in the autumn.