The Invest Hull team at Hull City Council will be attending the UK’s Real Estate Investment and Infrastructure Forum (UKREiiF) to promote the array of opportunities available to investors in … More
A contractor has been appointed to carry out quantity surveying services for the Queens Gardens redevelopment scheme.
Hull City Council has published a decision record confirming the award of contract … More
Hull’s Hands on History Museum is reopening for the first time since lockdown.
The museum is due to reopen on Saturday 14 May. It will then be open as normal … More
Bus lane cameras in Hull will be switched back on this week.
The move comes in line with Hull City Council’s Cabinet decision made in December 2021 to retain 7am … More
An historic city centre clock is set to become automated after more than 100 years.
The large clock on the south-facing tower of Hull’s Maritime Museum and its dialworks have … More
The accredited ‘Maritime Futures’ training programme dedicated to young people in Hull has attracted further funding.
Hull Maritime Foundation, a charity dedicated to supporting Hull Maritime, has been awarded £75,000 … More
Hull Training and Adult Education (HTAE) will be hosting a ‘Tea and Talk’ session at the Avenues Centre on Monday 9 May to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week.
The theme … More
Hull has been recognised as one of only 138 Tree Cities of the World for its continued efforts to grow and maintain green spaces.
Tree Cities of the World is … More
Going Dutch – could ‘Three in a Boat’ sail to victory?
Hull’s maritime living statues have been shortlisted to compete in an international competition.
The three living statues created for … More
Work to conserve a collection of historic maritime paintings from the Hull Maritime Museum is now complete.
Following a survey of 400 paintings, the 13 selected works of art that … More
The winners of Hull City Council’s Neurodiversity Celebration Week competition have been selected.
There were five entries that were chosen as the winners by the panel, with each winning £75 … More
A course aimed to give young people the qualifications they need to enter a career in the seafaring industry has achieved a 75 per cent success rate to date.
So … More
Active travel and multimodal hubs have been highlighted as two important strands of future transport policy by Transport for the North (TfN).
As part of plans to update the 2019 … More
A weekend exhibition is taking place to showcase new proposals for Hull Royal Infirmary as Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust seeks to develop new healthcare facilities as part of … More
More than 100,000 people turned out to experience an evening of magic, celebrating Hull’s rich maritime history.
The Awakening, Hull’s first major event of the year, drew in thousands of … More
People in Hull will now have the opportunity to use an electric bike as part of plans to encourage cycling in the city.
Six new electric bikes will be available … More
Last month, it was announced that Hull City Council have appointed specialists in the renewable energy sector to assess the feasibility of the council’s corporate sites for installation of a … More
Last year, Hull City Council made the announcement that a new maritime experience at Hull’s historic North End Shipyard is set to become one of the most energy efficient buildings … More
A report into the Hull District Heating Project has found that it would be both technically and financially viable.
The news comes as the council has this week announced its … More
Hull City Council’s Hull Training and Adult Education (HTAE) service have been assessed as ‘Good’ by OFSTED.
HTAE were previously assessed as ‘Requires improvement’ at their last full inspection in … More
Parking spaces will be transformed into outdoor seating/dining areas as part of the regeneration of the Old Town, and Hull City Council’s commitment to supporting the city’s evening economy.
Hull … More
Hull City Council have retained their Investors in the Environment (iiE) Green level accreditation for the ninth year running.
The accreditation is a national environmental scheme designed to help organisations … More
Hull City Council has joined forces with some of the biggest organisations in the area, including Reckitt, the University of Hull and Marketing Humber to support the launch the Oh … More
Volunteers are helping to conserve artefacts from Hull Maritime Museum.
Working with the Conservation and Engagement Officer, the small team of volunteers will carry out practical conservation tasks to ensure … More
The first tree arrives in Queens Gardens today (Thursday 10 March) signalling the start of a major planting programme as part of the park’s £11.7m redevelopment.
An 11-metre tall Metasequoia … More
A contractor has been appointed to carry out the demolition of two buildings at Myton Retail Park and extend the existing car park onto the cleared site.
Hull City Council … More
People in Hull are being encouraged to Walk It, Bike It or Bus It for a cleaner, greener and healthier city.
For just one day a week, people who travel … More
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