Yorkshire's Cruise Terminal visual
A CGI image of Yorkshire's Cruise Terminal proposed for Sammy's Point, Hull

Cruise Terminal Project to tender for specialists

Hull City Council has today published a decision record that will allow for the tender of a specialist engineer and architect to work with the council and take forward the cruise terminal project at Sammy’s Point.

This follows the tender for specialist planning consultants last month.

Councillor Daren Hale, Leader of Hull City Council said:

“In order to progress the new cruise terminal project, we require the services of specialist marine engineers and architects with knowledge and experience in designing and delivering cruise infrastructure.

“This support will assist the council at this stage in developing this important project that will not only benefit Hull but the entire Yorkshire and Lincolnshire region. Being the exit and entry point for Europe, a cruise terminal is a logical development for Hull’s proud maritime tradition.”

The estimated value of the services is £100,000 and services are expected to progress during 2021 through to 2025.

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