Housing plans which would ‘burden’ a North Somerset village have been criticised by parish councillors.
Detailed drawings showing how more than 100 homes, a primary school and care apartments could look on the outskirts of Yatton have been revealed.
A developer is hoping to build eight new homes in West Wick ‘to meet local needs’.
Millions of pounds are being sought to tackle viability issues with key housing projects in Weston.
A village housing saga is set to come to a head at a planning inquiry in November.
North Somerset Council says it remains opposed to a scheme to build almost 60 homes on the edge of Wrington, despite pulling out of a planning inquiry into the project.
A year four pupil from Cheddar First School will see her drawing brought to life.
Lower income families and individuals will be able to secure private rented accommodation with the help of local landlords.
Wrington villagers will be able to address a housing inspector ahead of a ruling which will determine whether 59 homes can be built at Coxs Green.
Plans to build eight houses in Churchill have been torn up by a Government inspector.
A Yatton bypass would be ‘extremely damaging’, according to one of the contributors to the village’s neighbourhood plan.
A primary school and 250 houses could be built on the outskirts of a North Somerset village.
A village industrial estate could make way for almost 50 houses if development plans are materialised.
A consultation on where more houses could built in North Somerset is underway.
A small paddock which has become too small to be farmed could be developed to provide 120 new homes in Weston.
Houses which North Somerset does not need will be built just to please the Government, according to the council leader.
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