Wacky races are likely to take place in Portishead this summer.
A Congresbury farmer believes his business faces ruin, if an unpopular housing scheme for the village goes ahead.
Plans to build almost 60 homes in Wrington will be taken by a planning inspector after North Somerset Council’s busy planning team failed to make a decision in time.
Backwell Parish Council and North Somerset Council are preparing to fight plans to build 220 homes on Farleigh Fields.
Plans to build 50 homes in Congresbury will be debated for a second time by North Somerset Council today (Wednesday).
People across North Somerset are being urged to consider whether land they own could be suitable for housing development.
Villagers in Wraxall are concerned plans to build 600 homes to the north of Nailsea will have a ‘detrimental impact’ on rural roads.
Nailsea Town Council has agreed a contract with Barratt Homes for the sale of Engine Lane – providing the developer sells the properties as freeholds rather than leaseholds.
New homes could be built on a derelict piece of land in Leigh Woods.
Plans to build more than 100 retirement apartments will not be opposed by Portishead Town Council.
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