• Find your home

    Price range
    Number of bedrooms

    Property type

    See advanced options

Netherton Grange

Youngwood Lane - Nailsea - North Somerset - BS48 4NJ

New 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes coming soon to Nailsea, Somerset

  • Overview

    New homes coming to Nailsea

    We have submitted a Reserved Matters planning application for a residential development of up to 168 new homes on land off Netherton Wood Lane, Nailsea. The application includes the provision of 30% affordable homes, ensuring that local people are able to live and work in the local area.

    The Reserved Matters planning application is for the first phase but also includes infrastructure roads for the wider development and a safeguarded route for a potential future link road. 

    The development, which is accessed from a new through route from St Mary’s Grove, gives us an opportunity to deliver a mixed development of homes, from one-bedroom apartments up to five-bedroom family homes, with parking and public open space.

    The proposals submitted to North Somerset Council reflect the comments received from pre-application discussions.

    The proposals form part of the first phase of a development which received outline planning permission in November 2019 for 450 homes. The remaining 282 homes will be sought for planning consent at a later date.



  • About the site

    About Netherton Grange

    The proposed development site is located on the south-western edge of the town of Nailsea and is well located to Bristol which lies 16km to the east with good cycle and train links to the city.

    The submitted Reserved Matters application forms part of the first phase of three.

    Netherton Grange phases

    Proposed masterplan as part of submitted planning application with the first phase within the northern half of the site.

    The application boundary is outlined in red with the potential future link road outlined in blue.



  • What's proposed

    What proposed at Netherton Grange

    A layout for the first phase of the scheme has been shaped through the discussions with the planning authority and this layout will continue to evolve as the consultation continues.

    Key elements of the proposed development are as follows:

    • The scheme has been designed to work within the constraints and opportunities of the site to create a sustainable development
    • Up to 168 new high-quality homes
    • A mix of property types and sizes, including apartments and detached houses
    • Provision of affordable housing (30%)
    • New through route from St Mary’s Grove to the junction of Youngwood Lane and Netherton Wood Lane
    • Car parking will be provided for residents and visitors, in line with Local Authority policy requirements and standards
    • Proposed pedestrian/cycle routes throughout the development, in order to encourage and facilitate walking and cycling for local journeys
    • Additional road link from St Mary’s Grove to the junction of Youngwood Lane and Netherton Wood Lane for new and existing residents
    • Additional secondary and tertiary roads to provide access to outer edges of development
    • Drainage strategy includes a number of proposed attenuation ponds within the development
    • Potential route safeguarded for link road which may come forward in the future
    • A new children’s play area to be provided within an area of green open space
    • Retention of existing trees and vegetation wherever possible

    Additional planting to filter views of the development and respect the countryside setting.

    Netherton Grange elevations

    Netherton Grange elevations 2

    Proposed street scenes for the development as part of submitted Reserved Matters application



  • Community

    Community benefits at Netherton Grange

    We believe our proposals will carry wider benefits to the community beyond the provision of new homes. These benefits will include a number of financial contributions that will be made towards the local community as part of our proposed development, in agreement with the relevant local authorities. 

    These will be in the form of a Section 106 Agreement and Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). Further details of these contributions will be released once finalised with the council.


  • Updates

    Latest news and updates at Netherton Grange

    August/Early September – Pre-application discussions with North Somerset Council and local key members

    Late September – Submission of Ph1 Reserved Matters Planning Application

    January – Anticipated Decision Date

    The planning application can be found on North Somerset Council’s planning website under planning reference 20/P/2347/RM