PLANS that could see more than 1,500 new jobs created will go on show next week.
Site owners Wynnstay Farming are looking to revise their plans for land south of Ruabon near the A483, which could house a supermarket, hundreds of new homes and a business park, if given the green light.
More than 300 new homes could be built on the vacant 56-acre site, while a new supermarket, hotel or restaurant, employment space and light industrial units are also proposed.
Members of the public are being urged to have their say on the plans ahead of a planning application being submitted.
Richard Brown, leading on the consultation with residents of the area, said: “We would like to invite everyone in the area to our public exhibition so they can see the plans for themselves and have their say.
“There will be a full team on hand ready to talk about all aspects of what we are proposing.”
Previous plans for development on the site by Liberty Properties divided opinion, with a pressure group called RAMROD (Ruabon Against Major Retail Over-Development) campaigning against the proposals.
The public exhibition will be held on Friday, September 20 from 10am to 7.30pm at the Wynnstay Arms, Ruabon and on Saturday, September 21 at Plas Madoc Community Centre from 10am to 4pm.
The plan will be available online at www.ruabonpark.co.uk during the public exhibitions.