Last year we rejected Bristol Airport’s plans to expand its passenger numbers from 10 million to 12 million a year and change its night flying arrangements.
The airport appealed against our decision and so a public inquiry was arranged by the Government's Planning Inspectorate (PINs) to hear the appeal.
This inquiry starts at 10am next Tuesday (20 July) at the Town Hall, in Weston-super-Mare.
You can find more information, related documents, and detailed schedules showing when specific topics will be discussed each day on the inquiry website.
There will also be a link to watch live on YouTube, with recordings of previous sessions made available within two working days.
The inquiry is expected to run until mid-October, to allow for breaks in August and September.
Planning inspectors will then take some time to consider all the evidence before making their final decision, which is expected to be a number of weeks after the end of the inquiry.
You can find out more about the Bristol Airport planning application on our website.