New affordable housing

We work with housing associations and private developers or house builders to deliver new affordable homes in Bath and North East Somerset.  Our new housing developments can include homes to rent or buy and schemes for people who need specialist housing. 

  • To apply for affordable rented housing you must be registered on Homesearch
  • To apply for low cost home ownership, shared ownership or other intermediate rent schemes you must be registered on Help to Buy South 

Current affordable housing projects

Projects coming up:

Beecham Place, Fosseway, Midsomer Norton - 291KB

Bilbie Green, Charlton Road,Keynsham - 332KB

Charlton Road, Keynsham - 265KB

Ensleigh, Lansdown, Bath (Linden) - 215KB

Hanover Extra Care, Bath - 322KB

Monger Lane, Midsomer Norton - 233KB

Mulberry Park, Foxhill, Bath - 256KB

Paulton Printworks, Phase 3, Paulton - 298KB

Somerdale PH2 and additional units - 175KB

Temple Inn Lane, Temple Cloud - 195KB

The Chill Bath (Bloor) - 392KB 

The Chill, Bath (Linden) - 282KB

The Meadows, Keynsham Phase 5 - 270KB

Tyning Meadows, Bathampton - 318KB

Completed affordable housing projects

Ensleigh, Lansdown, Bath (Bloor) - 227KB

Freshford Fields, Freshford - 311KB

High Littleton - 140KB

Hill View, Paulton - 266KB

Knobsbury Lane, Writhlington - 225KB

Lavender Grove, Farmborough - 297KB

Poplars, Farmborough - 296KB

Somerdale Keynsham Phase 1 - 268KB

Somerdale, Keynsham - 349KB

The Meadows, Keynsham Phase 4 - 269KB

Information for housing developers

We would encourage anyone that is thinking about making changes to their land or is interested in developing a site to consider ecology/ archeology/ highways/ contaminated land/ impact on trees etc at an early stage and suggest that developers utilise the Council’s pre-application advice service. By using this service, your proposals will be reviewed in terms of their impact alongside other planning considerations and potential site constraints. In this way you will get a good understanding of all the requirements for a subsequent full application and any potential conflicts and other site constraints can be highlighted at an early stage.  


A new partnership called HomesWest has been established to help deliver more new affordable homes across the West of England.

The partnership is made up of Bath & North East Somerset Council, North Somerset Council, South Gloucestershire Council and Bristol City Council working with 18 housing associations.

The new partnership is designed to make it easier for new affordable housing to be built in the West of England region as part of an effort to meet housing needs.

By working together, the four authorities and housing associations are able to share best practice and support the development of housing and planning policy more efficiently. All the partners of HomesWest recognise the unique housing pressures experienced in all the four council areas and wish to work together within a flexible partnership that meets all the local authorities’ needs. 


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