Campaigners are urging residents to have their say about plans to build new homes in west Leeds.
They celebrated victory 12 years ago when they won their fight to stop a scheme to build 57 houses on a field in Horsforth.
Redrow Homes abandoned its appeal to build on the land in Outwood Lane after the city council failed to make a decision about awarding planning permission.
At the time Redrow appealed to Environment Secretary John Prescott to step in to show his support for the scheme.
But now Redrow Homes has revealed a new set of plans to develop up to 40 new homes on the field.
But it has been told by the council that it needs to submit a flood risk assessment before a planning application goes in front of planners.
Peter Crosland, from the Cragghill and Woodside group, said: “This was fought 12 years ago when there was an application to develop on the land.
“It is green space but we are looking to register another adjacent piece of land on Outwood Lane as a village green.
“It is inappropriate infill development.
“If you don’t want development make sure your voice is heard because there won’t be many opportunities for people.
“Don’t rely on someone else to say something because people need to be heard.”
There will be a public meeting at Woodside Methodist Church from 7pm on Friday, May 11, to discuss the scheme.
Councillor Chris Townsley (Horsforth, Lib Dem) added: “It doesn’t matter whether it is four, 40 or 400 homes. I wouldn’t want to see a single additional house. Once you lose a green field you have lost it for good and this is the very thing that we have got to protect.
“There has been history with the site. It was thrown out in 1999 but what has changed?
“There is a lot more traffic on the roads now.”