Six weeks notice will be given prior to the start of the hearings at www.york.gov.uk/localplanexamination
The council met its deadline of submitting the plan in May, following agreement to endorse the draft plan at a special Full Council meeting on 17 May.
It also means York has met the timescales previously agreed with the secretary of state for Housing, Communities and Local Government.
The Local Plan provides clear rules which determine what gets built, and where, in York over the next 15 years and beyond.
Regular updates will be provided on the Local Plan Submission webpage: www.york.gov.uk/localplanexamination
Councillor Keith Aspden, Executive Member for Economic Development, said: “I am pleased that the Planning Inspectors have agreed to our suggestion to hold early public hearings on York’s Local Plan, in order to discuss York’s housing need.”
“With the recent publication of ONS data, we are confident that our balanced approach to creating the Local Plan means that we remain on track to securing a plan that will deliver more housing in the city, whilst protecting York’s special character.”
Councillor Ian Gillies, leader of City of York Council, said: “We welcome this response and the opportunity to move quickly to an early public hearing. We look forward to assisting and working with the planning inspectorate throughout this examination process.”The council submitted the city’s Local Plan to the government for inspection on Friday 25 May 2018.