Villagers will today (Thursday) cast votes on whether they wish to adopt a neighbourhood plan.
Scaled-back plans to build almost 70 homes where children used to play rugby have gone public.
A planning appeal decision in Backwell which could have repercussions for neighbourhood plans across the country has been delayed again.
Villagers are being urged to give up five minutes to secure Claverham’s long-term future.
Consultation over how Yatton should evolve over the next eight years began on Monday.
Around 600 people circled Backwell Lake in a show of solidarity against a developer’s housing plans and a possible link road.
‘Delighted’ campaigners are celebrating after plans for new homes were rejected amid fears of ruining the landscape.
The deadline to comment on plans which could lead to thousands of homes being built in North Somerset passes this week.
A housing campaign group is hoping hundreds of people will show their support by joining in a challenge to hold hands around Backwell Lake this weekend.
Nearly 200 homes in North Somerset have been empty for more than six months, a freedom of information request has found.
More than 30 affordable homes will go on to the North Somerset property market after a housing association completed two deals to expand into the area.
North Somerset Council is proposing changes to the speed limits on both the B3128 and the B3130 roads which will affect Wraxall.
Building a bungalow, in addition to a three-storey block of flats, close to a Portishead conservation area would be an ‘efficient use of space’, according to the would-be developer.
A ‘disastrous’ plan to build a ‘town comparable in size to Wells’ in North Somerset has been slammed by a village pressure group.
Campaigners are rejoicing this Christmas after fending off a plan to increase Congresbury’s size.
North Somerset Council does not believe its ‘out-of-date’ plans over the size of villages and towns will give developers an advantage when it comes to house-building.
Almost 200 homes will be built on the edge of Nailsea, despite major concerns over poor roads and the ‘higgledy-piggledy’ way in which the town’s growth is being plotted.
Villagers have just a fortnight to register for a postal vote ahead of a referendum in January.
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