Housing estate plan sparks growing protest
Opposition to plans to build a new housing estate in Peasedown St John is growing.
Camerton and Dunkerton parish councils have added their objections to the scheme by Bristol-based developers Edward Ware to build 89 homes at Greenlands.
Camerton parish council chairman, Councillor Chris Taylor, said the community feared the village would be become even more of a rat run between Bristol and Keynsham.
Camerton has an electorate of 530, but a recent traffic survey carried out by Bath and North East Somerset Council counted 5,000 vehicles driving through the village every day.
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