A consultation is to be held in Hunstanton next month on plans to build more than 150 new homes on the southern edge of the town.
The Searles Leisure Group is working with Hopkins Homes on a project to build 163 homes on land to the south of the Manor Fields estate.
Although a majority of town councillors voted to support the scheme in principle at a meeting last month, opposition has been raised since then.
Developers hope the session, to be held at the community centre on Wednesday October 9, between 4 and 8pm, will enable them to answer public concerns.
Managing director Paul Searle said yesterday: “We see the controlled growth of Hunstanton as an important element in ensuring local businesses and other facilities are sustained and I would not promote anything which would have a negative impact upon our existing business interests.
“The borough council has identified Hunstanton as an area for housing growth and we have followed the accepted protocol for introducing these plans to the town and district planning representatives.
“I hope all interested residents and business owners and their staff, will attend the event and talk to us about the scheme.
He added: “I believe the proposals will dramatically improve the first impression visitors have of our town. We would ask residents to reserve judgement until after the consultation event, where there will be ample opportunity to provide feedback.”