Only four proposals rejected or amended
The Cabinet Office has accepted more than 100 modifications to the Eastern Area Plan, put forward by an independent inspector.
Mike Hurley proposed 110 modifications to the draft document, which seeks to zone land across the most populated parts of the Island.
Only four of his proposals have been amended or rejected.
The public are being invited to give their views on the Cabinet Office's response in a consultation, which will run to 14 April.
It's expected a final version of the area plan will be brought before Tynwald in July this year.