There are interesting moves down Wrington Lane as Vistry Group shuffle the deckchairs on the doomed ship that is their building scheme.
With a new set of proposals for the layout of the 50 houses, the company is trying to convince the local authority that building will start this year.
Can they possibly think that North Somerset Council, or indeed local residents, have overlooked the fact that there is a condition to provide a safe footway in Wrington Lane before building can start?
So Vistry will continue to tinker around with existing plans to avoid falling for the three-year planning rule, which states that a development must be started within three years of the granting of an application.
Maybe North Somerset could invoke the three-year rule on grounds that the company have not, and cannot start the development because they cannot meet the condition?
CRAG is currently supporting local residents who are trying to convince North Somerset that the condition cannot be met.