Plans for almost 100 new homes in Bath and North East Somerset's biggest village are to be submitted by Bristol-based housebuilder Edward Ware Homes.
The developer wants to construct 94 new homes on Greenland Road in Peasedown St John, including a proportion of affordable homes.
Initial plans for the scheme include a wide range of properties, from one-bedroom apartments to four-bedroom houses, of which 35% would be affordable.
There are a number of new homes being developed in the local, including 95 new homes by David Wilson Homes on Wellow Lane.
According to the B&NES Draft Core Strategy, which sets out the number and location of new homes up until 2026, there are plans to build up to new 2,642 homes in the area, including many affordable homes, in order to cope with growing demand for housing.
In a recent parish council meeting, councillor Karen Walker told local residents and mebers of the press that if a planning application is submitted "it will be the start of a long process to include public consultation and public meetings".
"In terms of the decision-making process, if a planning application is submitted it will be B&NES that will make the final decision," she added.