Residents old and new from Plymouth's North Prospect Estate have been sharing their memories of living there. The reunion comes as much of the estate is being rebuilt in a ten year regeneration programme.
Many of the streets now resemble a ghost town as more and more residents have been relocated ahead of demolition.
Teignbridge District Council has approved plans for 65 new homes on a green-field site in Exminster. Residents had previously said the properties would put too much strain on local amenities and the village school.
Protests are being held in Taunton tonight against revised proposals to build hundreds of homes of the edge of the town. Two years ago residents fought a successful campaign against previous plans to develop the site known as the Vivary Wedge.
Jonathan Gibson reports from Plymouth on a dramatic fall in the number of new affordable homes, with the South West's low wages and high prices making the situation even worse.
The South West is falling short of affordable homes. The number of new builds funded by the Homes and Communities Agency has dropped by 2/3 in the last year. The economic downturn means land earmarked for housing remains undeveloped.
Controversial plans to build thousands of homes at East Coker have been given the go ahead. South Somerset council held a full council meeting earlier today to discuss the proposals and have now reached their verdict
Residents are unhappy at plans to build thousands of homes in and around Yeovil. Residents opposed to the plans filled a council meeting today to try and get the proposals scrapped.
David Cloke, who lives in East Coker, say there is little support for the plans that could see homes built in the historic village.
Discussions by South Somerset District Council could go into tomorrow before a decision is reached.
Fifty members of the public are speaking at today's full council meeting in Yeovil. Many are upset that 2,500 homes might be allowed close to the historic village of East Coker. The Lib Dem led authority is considering plans to allow 16,751 homes in the district over the next 20 years.
Protesters have turned out in force to fight plans to build homes on the outskirts of Yeovil and parts of the village of East Coker. Residents came armed with banners to illustrate their opposition to South Somerset District Council's plans to build thousands of new homes.
Up to 150 protesters are at South Somerset District Council's full council meeting in Yeovil fighting plans to allocate hundreds of acres for 2,500 homes on the edge of the town. The housing plans also include parts of the village of East Coker, immortalised by poet T.S Eliot.
His ashes are interred in the village church. The protesters say the scale of development is unnecessary and will ruin a beautiful landscape.