Plans to build more than 40 new homes in East Huntspill will be discussed by the parish council next week.
A multi-million-pound funding bid, which would have helped with plans to build homes at Weston’s Dolphin Square, has been rejected.
Yatton villagers have just a few days left to comment on a plan which would shape the area’s future.
Protesters were out in force to slam ‘horrendous’ plans for thousands of homes which could ‘desecrate’ North Somerset’s villages.
Weston-super-Mare businesses have pledged more than £10,000 to provide much-needed support the town’s homeless.
A ‘bespoke’ new housing development for people aged over 55 has been revealed for a Somerset village – but concerns have already been raised.
The green light has been given to turn Wrington’s Old Chemist Shop into a home.
A revised plan to transform a derelict Grade-II listed building into a hub for teenagers and young adults has been approved by town councillors.
A developer whose housing plans were torn up by North Somerset Council has submitted scaled-back proposals.
A grant of almost £1million has been given to boost plans for more than 1,700 homes and a primary school at Locking Parklands.
Tens of thousands of pounds have been pledged to help rough sleepers in Weston-super-Mare.
Plans to build 1,300 homes in Burnham-on-Sea will not be completed for ‘at least another 15 years’.
Dozens of people are without power this morning (Thursday) in Worle.
Nine houses could be built in a North Somerset village, if plans are approved by the local authority.
Plans to demolish part of an orchard to build homes, a pond and a road have been labelled ‘nonsensical’.
Dozens of residents have had their say on plans to build 40 homes in East Huntspill.
A referendum will be held later this year to decide the future of development in two Somerset towns.
An outline planning application to build 24 houses in Cheddar has been submitted to Sedgemoor District Council.
A former factory site faces demolition and being replaced by about 100 homes.
A new 700-home development at Locking Parklands has moved a step closer after North Somerset councillors voted to approve outline plans.
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