The green light has been given to a developer’s scheme to build more than 120 apartments near Portishead marina.
Campaigners fighting plans to develop an area of Wrington have hit out at a developer’s second attempt to gain planning permission for the site.
A developer hopes to build more than two dozen homes on a site where it has already applied to build almost 60 houses.
An application has been submitted to build five new homes in Clevedon.
Plans to build 59 homes in Wrington will now be decided by a planning inspector – but villagers are warning the scheme is dangerous and unsustainable.
People living at North Somerset Council-owned gypsy and traveller sites face having to pay up to £170 per year more in rent, after an increase was announced at the end of February.
Portishead is facing an education crisis if new housing projects for the town are given the green light, according to governors of Trinity Primary School.
A former BT Radio Research Laboratory in Backwell could be knocked down and houses built in its place.
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