South Somerset District Council has published the results of its Housing and Employment Land Availability Assessment — HELAA, which identifies sites suitable and available to be developed for housing or employment.
Two sites appear on the Curry Rivel map, Land South of Dyers Road and Chatham Place Green.
More than 12,000 new homes could be built in south Somerset in the coming years — with just less than half of them being in Yeovil.
The council has stressed that a developer would not be automatically granted planning permission just because a given site is included or earmarked within the HELAA — any planning application would go through the usual scrutiny by councillors, officers and local residents.
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