A major redevelopment which could bring the Ryder Cup to Bolton is being put back before the public.
Proposals for a championship golf course, luxury hotel and housing estate on the Hulton Park site in the borough have proved controversial.
Bolton council approved the plans in 2018 but the decision was called in by then Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, Robert Jenrick.
Mr Jenrick gave the project the greenlight but only on the condition it wins a bid to host the Ryder Cup in 2030 or 2034.
In June, developers Peel L&P revealed new proposals for how the area would like after work is completed.
Bolton residents have now been given extra time to respond and give their opinions on these latest plans.
The public consultation phase of the planning process was due to end on October 16 but has now been extended to November 13.
Bolton council’s Executive Cabinet Member for Strategic Housing and Planning, Coun Toby Hewitt, called on anyone who has not responded to the consultation to get in touch.
“We recognise the significant public interest in this proposal,” he said. “Given the size and nature of the proposed development we have extended the consultation on this planning application.
“Public consultation is a vital part of the planning process and the feedback we receive helps inform decision making.
“I urge everyone who has not yet shared their views on the scheme to take advantage of the extension and have your say.”
To have your say, visit the consultation website.