Pupils are now settling back into the classroom but children at one primary school in Weston-super-Mare have a whole new building to explore.
Parklands Educate Together Primary School, at Parklands Village, opened to pupils for the first time on Monday.
Continue reading North Somerset’s newest primary school welcomes pupils
Would you like to have your say on how North Somerset could look in 2038?
There are less than three weeks left to join the discussion and get involved in the development of North Somerset Council’s new Local Plan for the area.
Continue reading Have your say on North Somerset’s future
Grants will soon be made available to help keep your home warmer in winter and cooler in summer.
The Green Home Grant was unveiled as part of chancellor Rishi Sunak’s summer statement last month.
Continue reading Green grants soon available for home energy measures
Lifeboats could launch from historic Birnbeck Pier once again as the RNLI looks to take ownership of the dilapidated Victorian site.
The RNLI is looking to return to the Grade II* listed pier and Birnbeck Island in Weston-super-Mare, which it first moved onto in 1882.
Continue reading New future for historic Birnbeck Pier
Banwell’s long-awaited bypass and a new secondary school site in Weston-super-Mare have moved a step closer.
North Somerset Council agreed to accept £97m in funding from Homes England, the government’s housing agency, at a meeting last week.
Continue reading Banwell’s long-awaited bypass a step closer
A new conservation area now covers the North Somerset village of Churchill to help protect its special architectural and historic interest.
Local residents asked for the conservation area to be created and, working with Churchill parish council, it was adopted by North Somerset Council in January.
Continue reading New conservation area in North Somerset
A planning application to expand Bristol Airport was rejected by North Somerset Council earlier this week. Continue reading Bristol Airport expansion rejected
Plans to uncover the nationally-significant Iron Age hillfort overlooking Weston-super-Mare are moving forward.
Worlebury Camp has been hidden by trees for 200 years and this vegetation is causing damage to the Scheduled Monument, which is now on Historic England’s Heritage at Risk Register.
Continue reading Plans to uncover Iron Age hillfort
Would you like to give feedback on North Somerset Council’s proposed budget for the upcoming financial year?
The annual budget is set in February and there are still a few days remaining of the public consultation if you would like to have your say on the proposals put forward.
Continue reading Comment on proposed budget and corporate plan
A climate emergency was declared in North Somerset last year and now people can have their say about the council’s plans to tackle it.
North Somerset Council wants both the organisation and area to be carbon neutral by 2030.
Continue reading Views sought on plans to tackle climate emergency