Congresbury residents are calling for a housing appeal to be heard in the village to ensure all villagers can have their say on housing plans.
Villagers are preparing for another hard-fought housing appeal after a developer hoping to build more than 20 homes launched a bid to overturn North Somerset Council’s refusal.
Churchill and Langford Parish Council has criticised plans to build dozens of houses in the village amid fears the development could cause ‘vast and irreversible’ damage.
A network for landlords which helps renters feel safe and supported has said it has had a better first year than it anticipated.
A village green has been given legal protection against development.
Sixteen houses could be planned for a North Somerset village.
The parties involved in a North Somerset housing saga have stated their case ahead of a Government appeal.
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