Scores of homes could be built on the edge of Bleadon.
Devastated villagers are stunned an unpopular housing plan has been given the go ahead.
More than 50 homes have been left without power in a Somerset town this afternoon (Tuesday).
A developer's hope of tearing down a burned out factory in Milton and building three-bedroom homes has been dashed.
More than 50 homes have been left without power for more than eight hours in Yatton.
An exercise area could be built on church grounds.
Concerns have been raised for the safety of pupils walking to a village primary school once a second large housing development is built.
Councillors have unanimously agreed amended plans to build more than 120 homes on the outskirts of Worle, despite the scheme being described as 'not ideal'.
Government inspectors say plans to build 25,000 homes in North Somerset need 'rewriting', sending council officers back to the drawing board.
The merits of a housing estate, which would see almost 200 homes built on the edge of Yatton, will be discussed next week.
A residential home in Weston received a good rating following an unannounced visit from the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Councillors will decide whether amended plans to build more than 120 homes on the outskirts of Worle will go ahead today (Wednesday).
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