More than 20 houses will be built just yards from a ‘dangerous junction’.
A 19th century home which is in ‘danger of collapsing’ and a derelict shop could be demolished in Long Ashton.
There are no plans to open a new school in Yatton, despite the large influx of homes being built, according to North Somerset Council.
Anxious campaigners in Backwell will have to wait even longer to hear whether 220 new homes will be built in the village, after a Government minister said he needed more time to make a decision.
Campaigners who fear a housing estate in Wrington will have a devastating effect have hit out at North Somerset Council for ‘stabbing them in the back’.
A pension fund which wants to transform an industrial area in Portishead into shops, bars and flats will talk about its plans tomorrow (Wednesday).
The Government is set to intervene in a village housing saga in November.
Hundreds of people marched through Portishead on Saturday to show their support for businesses in Old Mill Road.
Objectors to plans to build 59 homes on the outskirts of Wrington are being urged to make their voice heard.
Major housing developments should not be allowed on sites outside Yatton’s boundary, according to its draft neighbourhood plan.
Councillors in Nailsea are against plans to transform an office building into 56 flats due to the loss of employment space.
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