Whether you are a buying your first home or you are moving up the property ladder, buying a house is simply life changing and the biggest investment you will ever make.
The number of second homes being bought in North Somerset is on the up – despite an increase in tax.
Councillors in Nailsea are encouraging people to attend a public meeting to help shape the future of the town for the next 20 years.
Sites capable of accommodating more than 2,000 new homes have been brought forward, with North Somerset already subject to plans for thousands more.
The owners of a farm have had mixed reviews to its potential plan to redevelop the site for housing.
Plans for three new villages on the edge of Bristol, which have been touted as a remedy to North Somerset’s housing shortage, have suffered a major setback.
Plans to build almost 20 homes in an ‘incredibly important’ Portishead field have been criticised by a wildlife campaigner.
Scores of homes could be built in Nailsea and Portishead netting North Somerset Council millions of pounds.
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