Plans for almost 100 homes have been approved by Sedgemoor District Council.
Parish councillors hope to shape the future of their village after publishing a vision for the next two decades.
Councillors will fight against a controversial housing development despite it being recommended for approval.
An unpopular planning application to build 85 homes in Sandford has been recommended for approval.
Sedgemoor District Council has approved plans for 29 apartments and on-site parking to be built in Highbridge.
The first phase of a major development plan for the build of 550 homes has been supported by Burnham and Highbridge Town Council.
Weston-super-Mare’s civic leaders have criticised plans for new apartment blocks near the railway station, with concerns raised the designs are ‘bland’.
More than one in five households in the UK turn to renting over buying as house prices rise and affordable housing is sparse.
A rule change for houses of multiple occupation has been welcomed amid a rise in complaints.
A disused village church will be transformed into a house, after Sedgemoor District Council granted planning permission this week.
Hundreds of homeowners have received an apology after being left without gas for much of the weekend.
Work to build 50 homes near Weston-super-Mare’s Oldmixon estate will begin this winter.
A snooker club in Weston can be demolished to make way for around nine homes.
After five years of hard work, surveys, open days and plans, a Somerset village will finally hold a referendum in the hope of adopting its neighbourhood plan.
A ‘dilapidated’ Weston hotel could be knocked down, with four flats built in its place.
A well-known farming and dairy company is looking to up and leave one of its bases and replace it with a housing development.
Plans to build dozens of homes in Banwell could ‘erode’ its character, according to Banwell Parish Council amid complaints of a ‘concerted attack’ by developers on North Somerset’s villages.
North Somerset Council has paid £60,000 for ‘specialist support’ on plans for 25,000 new homes which will be built before 2036.
A £1.2million offer has been made on Weston-super-Mare’s derelict Royal Pier Hotel site – meaning North Somerset Council could soon get back the £120,000 it is owed for the building’s demolition.
A farming family say they understand villagers’ concerns over potential plans to build 90 homes in Yatton.
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