Two councils are considering working together to challenge the soundness of the Joint Spatial Plan (JSP) which has earmarked hundreds of new homes for their parishes.
Average house prices in North Somerset have increased by more than £20,000 in the past year.
Hundreds of campaigners fear natural habitats for wildlife will be destroyed if plans to build more than 100 homes near woodland are allowed to proceed.
A housing developer says its scheme for the edge of Wrington will benefit villagers in the long run – despite the application being hugely unpopular.
More employment land has been sacrificed in Portishead to allow dozens of homes to be built.
Stables could be transformed into new homes in the centre of Clevedon.
A village ‘landmark’ which has links to World War Two is at risk of demolition and residents fear it will be replaced with ‘characterless’ housing.
A parish council has backed plans for 65 homes to be built in the village, but concerns remain over a ‘dangerous’ road.
Campaigners are celebrating after a planned 220-home development in North Somerset was dismissed by a Government minister on appeal today (Wednesday).
Two green fields have been protected after a developer made a U-turn about building dozens of houses on them.
Campaigners will be hoping a Government minister will reveal the fate of an unpopular housing development tomorrow (Wednesday).
Work has started on a new retirement complex which is being built on the site of the former police station in Nailsea.
A new village hall may be needed in Yatton to cope with hundreds of homes being built at the north of district.
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