The consultation on the future of RAF Uxbridge during September and October has been hailed a success.
More than 300 questionnaires were returned by residents, government departments and other interested groups, Hillingdon Council has revealed.
Overall the response to the planned development of the site has been 'positive', said the council, and further consultation will be undertaken once a planning application is submitted next year.
The plans for the 44-hectare site north of Hillingdon Road include a 'cultural quarter', the retention of listed buildings and the famous Second World War operations room, and enhancing the River Pinn.
Respondents were said to be very interested in the amount of office space, mix of housing and type of shops that could be provided.
Jean Palmer, the council's director of planning and community services, said: "We were pleased to get a great response from local residents, government departments and other interested parties about our proposals for the RAF Uxbridge site.
"This major development will undoubtably bring immense benefits for Hillingdon and the feedback from residents so far has been encouraging.
"The potential for creating new cultural opportunities while retaining the important history of the site will give the place a unique character.
"We look forward to getting more local opinion next summer when the planning application is submitted."