Wrexham Council is cancelling the current Nine Acre Field consultation due to the impact of coronavirus.
The public consultation was launched to get feedback on proposals to put a school on the site, and was due to run until April 9.
The proposals involve building a new school for around 315 pupils, along with 45 nursery places.
In a joint statement, Chief Executive Ian Bancroft, and Leader of the Council Mark Pritchard, said: “Because of the impact of coronavirus and the need for social distancing, we recognise that some people might miss out on viewing the proposals – particularly residents who can’t view them online and need to visit council offices.
“The virus has also caused a lot of disruption to daily life, and with so many things to think about, people might find it difficult to find time to look at the proposals and feed back on them.
“As a result, it wouldn’t be appropriate to progress with an important piece of work like this at moment, so we’re cancelling the current consultation – with a view to launching a new one when things are back to normal.”
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