Residents have been told they have a “once-in-a-generation” chance to shape the next 100 years of development and ensure that their village remains a village.
A £5m housing scheme for older people who want to continue living independently will be built on the site of a former care home.
Plans for a new estate of homes opposite a medical centre have been submitted.
The developer behind a bid to build 67 homes in a coastal village has also set its sights on a neighbouring location where it is proposing to erect a further 71 houses.
Proposals to remodel a former school into six flats have been lodged with planners.
The new owners of a derelict holiday camp have revealed their plans for hundreds of homes and holiday lets they say will bring the site back to life and boost the economy.
A bid to build 33 homes on land belonging to a private house has been recommended for approval by planners - despite objections from neighbours and the local parish council.
Fears that a village is growing too big have been raised by worried residents as they claim another housing bid threatens to “overwhelm infrastructure”.
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