A house made of straw was built in less than 10 weeks in Knowle West, with the aim of tackling housing issues in the city.
It will cost just £90,000 to buy. With an estimated 10,000 people on the waiting list for a council home in Bristol, could this be the answer?
Even the city's Mayor has said more properties are needed. ITV West Country reporter, Katie Rowlett has been finding out more.
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Glastonbury Festival founder Eavis' invited Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to open the final stage of his landmark project.Read the full story ›
Mayor of Bristol Marvin Rees says the council is committed to providing more affordable housing in the face of austerity measures.Read the full story ›
Sunset House in St Ives had a guide price of 600 thousand pounds.Read the full story ›
Janet Gunningham faced being moved into a care home because her own home is not properly adapted.Read the full story ›
People interested in buying the North Somerset home have to enter a competition by paying £2, answer a question and get through to the draw.Read the full story ›
A number of high-rise blocks in Plymouth have failed a second round of government fire safety checks.Read the full story ›
House buyers in the West Country take on average just 26 minutes to make decisionRead the full story ›
New research has revealed that the vast majority of young people in the South West still dream of owning their own home.Read the full story ›
The family of a young boy with a rare disability say they're being forced to carry him up 3 of stairs because of a lack of suitable housingRead the full story ›