Residents who have not yet confirmed their household voter registration details will receive a knock at the door from today (Tuesday 21 September) as council representatives start to visit outstanding … More
Council Government and Democracy
The leaders of East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Hull City Council, Councillor Jonathan Owen and Councillor Daren Hale, yesterday (Tuesday, 3 August), held a positive and constructive meeting with … More
Young People in Hull have selected the city’s third Young Mayor.
Amelia Franczak, aged 12, from St Mary’s College, was selected from 35 young people who applied.
The Young Mayor’s … More
Hull City Council has published a Decision Record using delegated powers authorised by its cabinet, to receive two to five Afghan families. The request came from the Home Office as … More
Robust financial management has meant that Hull City Council’s financial position has improved for the current year.
The Council’s Cabinet is set to review the latest financial position at its … More
The new leader of Hull City Council and cabinet has been formally agreed at today’s full council meeting.
Councillor Daren Hale was elected as leader earlier this week by the … More
Young people in Hull are being invited to apply to become the city’s next Young Mayor.
The role, currently held by Gabriela Surdyk, acts as an ambassador for Hull’s young … More
The results of the local elections are in.
Labour has retained control of Hull City Council with 30 seats out of a total of 57.
The political make-up of the … More
97 per cent of households across England and Wales have completed their census survey, making sure they count when it comes to local services like school places, GP surgeries and … More
On Thursday 6 May 2021, Hull City Council local elections and the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) election takes place.
Residents in Hull have their chance to vote on … More
Hull city centre will join more than a hundred buildings and landmarks across England and Wales by lighting up purple to celebrate the upcoming census and its importance to communities.… 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 next edition of Love Hull will land on doormats across the city next week.
Love Hull magazine, launched in 2019 features interviews, highlights and updates on the biggest things … More
Updated: Full Council has today, 25 February, approved the budget for 2021/22.
Hull City Council Leader, Councillor Stephen Brady, has published the proposed Budget Statement for 2021/22, ahead of it … More
Plans to create additional permanent provision for travellers in Hull, as well as a new adjacent temporary stopping site, will be discussed by councillors this month.
The new facilities would … 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
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
Senior representatives from Hull held a meeting today with the national Covid-19 Task Force, in response to recent letters to the Health Secretary and Prime Minister from Hull’s MPs and … More
Councillor Stephen Brady, Leader, Hull City Council, has written to all residents in Hull about the current health emergency facing the city.
The correspondence comes on the back of confirmation … More
As Hull’s 107th Lord Mayor prepares to hand over the chains and robes to his successor, Councillor Steve Wilson has reflected on his extended time in office, that began … More
Hull’s Young Mayor, Gabriela Surdyk, has launched Love Staying Safe, a campaign aimed at providing young people with practical tips and advice to stay safe on the streets.
The campaign … More
Make Your Mark is an opportunity for 11-18 year olds across the UK to have their say and begin their democratic journey by voting on the policies they want to … More
Hull residents who have lost income as a result of self-isolation are being urged to check if they are eligible for a new £500 payment.
People in the UK now … More
Hull’s Coronavirus Outbreak Prevention and Management Plan has been approved by Hull City Council. Cllr Stephen Brady is Leader of the Council, and chair of the elected-member led Hull Outbreak … More
Hull’s electoral services has started to contact Hull residents as part of this year’s electoral canvass.
New legislation has enabled the council to match data, meaning for the first time, … More
People in Hull are being urged to take part in series of short surveys into how they have been affected by the coronavirus lockdown.
Those who take the weekly tracker … More
IN THE COUNTY COURT AT KINGSTON UPON HULL
HULL CITY COUNCIL and PERSONS UNKNOWN & OTHERS
CLAIM NUMBER A00KH948
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1972, SECTION 222
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that … More
A special edition of Love Hull will begin to arrive at 116,000 homes across the city this weekend.
The leaflet has been written by Hull City Council with advice on … More
The new appointment to the role of Hull’s Young Mayor is to be postponed.
The city’s current Young Mayor, Gabriela Surdyk, was elected last May and was due to be … More
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