North Somerset Council leader Nigel Ashton will be guest at a meeting of a North Somerset action group in May.
A developer’s bid to build 24 new homes in Congresbury has been turned down by North Somerset Council’s planning department.
A housing developer is hoping to build more than two dozen homes in a North Somerset village, on a site where it has already applied to build almost 60 houses.
The creation of Winscombe and Sandford Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) has been suspended ‘indefinitely’.
A developer wants to build extra apartments on the site of a former Weston-super-Mare hotel which it already has permission to develop.
Changes in the law to prevent homelessness may cause ‘major challenges’ for North Somerset Council as it is already struggling to find homes for people to rent.
Six new homes could be built in Worlebury after a planning application was submitted to the council.
First-time buyers in North Somerset can find out more about getting on the property ladder at an event in Weston-super-Mare.
A building in Weston-super-Mare’s town centre which has most recently been used as a nursery is likely to be converted into four flats.
A ‘rigged’ system which churns out ‘high-priced and poor-quality’ houses ‘while families struggle’ means nine in 10 cannot afford a new-build home in the South West, according to charity Shelter.
Around £14million is set to be invested in Highbridge, with plans afoot for a hotel, supermarket and drive-through restaurant all moving at a ‘remarkably fast’ pace.
Villagers in a flood-hit part of North Somerset have warned plans to build 59 homes in their community are dangerous and unsustainable.
More than 40 landlords have signed up to an accreditation scheme which will improve the standard of housing in Weston town centre.
A North Somerset action group has backed Weston MP John Penrose’s proposal to tackle the housing crisis in rural areas of the country.
A village housing action group has threatened ‘war’ against a developer bidding to build 50 homes in its community, if a planning appeal set for next month goes ahead.
A Weston-super-Mare building owned by North Somerset Council looks set to be converted into flats.
A Somerset town with a struggling infrastructure is expected to accommodate a share of 576 new houses and the community fears the worst.
A former NatWest store in Highbridge could become flats after Burnham and Highbridge Town Council voted to support the plans this week.
Plans to build more than 600 homes in Highbridge have been unanimously opposed by Burnham and Highbridge Town Council this week.
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