THE company which purchased the former National Air Traffic Control HQ in West Drayton has had encouraging feedback from the public about its plans for the site.
Developer Inland Homes displayed its scheme for a new garden village at an exhibition last Friday and Saturday.
The new name for the site in Porter's Way will be Drayton Garden Village, which met the approval of most of those attending.
The exhibition, at Bell Farm Christian Centre, gave the public a chance to study the plans.
The 32-acre development will include tree-lined avenues, a children's play area and a medical centre.
It is the second exhibition Inland has held, and the company hopes to submit a planning application to Hillingdon Council soon.
Inland Homes chief executive Stephen Wicks said: "We had a good response from local people to our first exhibition. We evaluated these comments and earlier this month came back with a master plan which takes on board local people's views.
"Over 80 per cent of those attending said they liked the name Drayton Garden Village because of its emphasis of creating a garden village environment.
"The other message from the public was that they wanted a decision to be taken by the London Borough of Hillingdon, and not a Government minister following a public inquiry."