Hull’s Guildhall carillon bells and Barnard Cook clock have fallen silent to make way for major repairs to one of the last remaining Time Balls in the UK.
The historic … More
The public are being invited to share their views on the future of Hull’s Old Town.
The historic area, home to Hull Minster, Trinity Square, the cobbled High Street and … More
The refurbishment of an iconic Grade II-listed city centre building is taking shape as part of a £2.45m project.
The main part of the project involves the refurbishment of the … More
The Truelove flag, dating back to 1873, is to be conserved as part of the Hull Maritime project.
The 147 year-old flag hung from the north wall of the old … More
Preparatory work to one of the UK’s last remaining Time Balls is now underway.
Thanks to funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Hull City Council, a fully working … More
Empty Homes Week, 15-21 February, provides an opportunity to highlight the work of councils and housing providers to bring empty properties back into use to help meet housing needs.
Hull … More
Preparatory work will get underway next week on the eagerly awaited £4.3m Queens Gardens refurbishment.
The £4.3m Queens Gardens refurbishment will improve accessibility and visitor flows, deliver structural repairs through … More
To celebrate National Storytelling Week, Hull Libraries and Hull City Council are sharing some of the special memories people have of Whitefriargate in a series of oral history interviews.
The … More
Plans to improve the playing fields and build new changing facilities at Bude Park have moved a step closer.
The proposed scheme at Bude Park could include both playing field … More
A weekend closure will be in place for the A63 this coming weekend, as work to the major road upgrade continues.
Over the course of the weekend hoardings around Murdoch’s … More
A number of Hull’s historic maritime paintings from the Hull Maritime Museum, with some dating back to the 1700s, have been sent to a specialist laboratory for conservation.
Following a … More
In anticipation of the formal creation of the Hull and East Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) on 1st April 2021, James Newman, the Chair designate of the new LEP, has … More
Hull City Council has been awarded the Investors in the Environment Green certificate for the seventh year in a row.
An audit in December praised the local authority’s energy use … More
Once the largest dock of its kind in the country, sections of the original dock edge walls of Queens Dock are set to be unearthed for the first time in … More
Hull City Council is partnering with Civica, a global leader in software for public services, to bring 100 new home-based call centre jobs to the city.
The council has partnered … More
Work to improve a key section of Holderness Road, between Diadem roundabout and Ganstead roundabout, will begin next week.
A full carriageway reconstruction will take place, providing a safer road … More
As an aficionado and accomplished roaster, James Wilkins knows the value of the humble coffee bean.
Spotting a gap in the local market just over a decade ago, James took … More
Hull City Council has committed a further investment of £20,000 to support young entrepreneurs in the city.
The grant follows £20,000 issued by the local authority from May to August … More
In anticipation of the formal creation of the Hull and East Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) on 1st April 2021, the Leaders of Hull City Council and East Riding of … More
Hull businesses required to close in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors are being urged to apply for a one-off grant worth up to £9,000 to help see them through … More
A charity dedicated to supporting the Hull Maritime project has been awarded £75,000 to enable the delivery of an accredited maritime training programme for young people in Hull.
Hull Maritime … More
Hull City Council has confirmed the appointment of a Principal Main Works Contractor to restore the Guildhall Greenwich Time Ball and complete the next phase of the Guildhall roofing improvements.… More
Hull City Council has given the city a green boost by installing 26 new electric vehicle charge points for council fleets, residents and visitors.
The council has installed 16 charge … More
Hull City Council has appointed three consultancy firms to support the next stage of the city centre district heating project.
The local authority has appointed technical consultants Sustainable Energy Ltd, … More
Hull City Council is to distribute thousands of pounds in extra grant provision for pubs, cafes and restaurants after it was announced the city will remain under Tier 3 Covid-19 … More
Two reports will be discussed at Finance Scrutiny this week.
The reports are requesting additional funding to support two ongoing projects of significant buildings on Beverley Road.
Additional essential works … More
Hull city centre is set to welcome a new nationally-known convenience store.
Silver Street will soon be home to a One Stop franchise, which will also offer made-to-order sandwiches from … More
Construction work is set to begin on a new build £8.2 million primary school, including one of Hull’s first purpose-built bases for young children with autism.
Contracts have been exchanged … More
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