A proposal for 183 homes near Engine Lane in Nailsea has been submitted to North Somerset Council.
More than 100 homes will end up being built on the site of a former psychiatric hospital in Barrow Gurney.
Years of debate over what should happen to a former psychiatric hospital site will come to an end today (Wednesday).
A set of garages in Portishead should not be demolished to allow houses to be built, according to North Somerset Council’s planning officers.
Three new villages which have been proposed near Barrow Gurney could provide 1,800 homes for people in North Somerset.
An application to build new homes in Clevedon has been submitted, despite being refused earlier this year.
An application to build seven homes in a North Somerset village has been submitted to the local authority.
More land earmarked for providing jobs in Portishead could be lost after a housing developer this week unveiled proposals to build more flats in the town.
Work on forty new retirement apartments in Nailsea town centre is expected to start in the next couple of months.
A housing developer keen to build flats in Portishead High Street has returned with a fresh plan after its proposed scheme received significant criticism.
Campaigners believe they have ‘no choice’ but to stand up to housing developers and North Somerset Council to protect their communities.
Yatton villagers are being urged to contribute to a neighbourhood plan which will influence the area’s future.
The final phase of houses at Clevedon Hall has been put on the market.
A 29-bedroom nursing home could close after plans were submitted to transform the building into flats.
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