The new smart city digital screens in Hull’s Paragon Interchange are now live following a period of testing.
The first of its kind in the city, the long-awaited screens will … More
A long due conservation treatment on the 147 year-old Truelove flag from the Hull Maritime Museum is now complete.
The 15ft (4.57m) Truelove flag, dating back to 1873 and on … More
Today is Earth Day, an annual event where people, businesses and organisations show support for environmental protection.
In March 2019 Hull City Council declared a climate emergency, which led to … More
A new supermarket has opened its doors in Hull’s historic Old Town.
The One Stop on Silver Street offers a range of convenience products, as well as made-to-order sandwiches from … More
Hull’s new Employment Hub is off to a flying start after helping hundreds of young people into potential new careers.
Hull City Council is an approved intermediary for the Government’s … More
The creation of a new visitor centre at North End Shipyard has moved a step closer with contractors now being invited to show an interest in delivering this element of … More
Hull City Council statement in response to traffic issues across the city:
“Hull is in the midst of a huge transformation to its transport system, with major works taking place … More
A popular Hull city centre pub is unveiling a stylish new look after completing its long-awaited refurbishment.
The Punch Hotel in Queen Victoria Square reopened in September 2019 after being … More
On Monday 12 April, the country will reach the next stage of the government’s roadmap out of lockdown, which will see a variety of businesses being allowed to reopen.
This … More
The Hull and East Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership (HEY LEP) has now officially opened its doors and is beginning work on the region’s future economic direction. The new LEP covers … More
The Hull Maritime project is looking to appoint a specialist training provider to deliver an accredited training programme for young people in Hull.
Thanks to funding awarded to the Hull … More
A brand new cycle hub has opened in Trinity Market today.
The first of its kind to open in the Old Town area, the space will hold storage for up … More
Plans on how to reduce flood risk using sustainable drainage across Hull as the East Riding are to be developed by Stantec.
Stantec have been appointed by the Living with … More
A new poem has been commissioned to celebrate the area of Whitefriargate for World Poetry Day 2021.
Hull’s High Street Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ) has partnered with Humber Mouth literature … More
Hull’s last remaining 20th century Scotch Derrick crane is to be restored, thanks to the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Hull City Council.
The Hull Maritime project is looking … More
An independent arts venue, café and book and music store on Whitefriargate has received a £100,000 grant from the Humber LEP’s Humber High Street Challenge Fund.
Wrecking Ball Press, which … More
New images of the city’s next major leisure refurbishment project have today been revealed by Hull City Council.
Albert Avenue Pools is the next centre in line for a full … More
50,000 maritime artefacts from the Hull Maritime Museum are to be packed and transported to secure storage.
A decision record published by Hull City Council today confirms the appointment of … More
Hull Women’s Week, which starts today, International Women’s Day, is highlighting the work of women working across various communities and sectors in Hull.
Throughout Hull Women’s Week, the Hull Youth … More
With schools returning on Monday and some other adjustments to rules on social contact, the message for Hull is that lockdown has not been lifted.
Tim Fielding, Deputy Director of … More
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
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