Council Government and Democracy









Budget 2020/21: 10 things you need to know

The budget statement from Councillor Stephen Brady, Leader of Hull City Council, has been approved for 2020/21.

The budget, approved at a meeting of Full Council today, includes changes in … More



A sign outside The Guildhall in Hull

HMO rule change considered by Hull City Council

A new provision to block development rights to turn family homes into houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) has been supported by Hull City Council’s Cabinet.

The Article 4 direction to … More








Polling station

Have a say on your polling station

Hull residents have a chance to comment on their polling station location as a polling station review begins today.

In Hull, there are 117 polling districts and polling stations for … More



The Guildhall in Alfred Gelder Street, Hull.

Polls open in Hull City Council by-election

Residents in the St Andrew’s and Docklands ward have the opportunity to go to the polls today in a city council by-election.

The candidates in today’s by-election are:

  • Dan Bond
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Residents urged to submit household voter details

Hull households will this week receive a form asking them to check their household voter registration details.

The Annual Canvass allows Hull City Council to keep its electoral register up-to-date.… More




The European elections take place on Thursday May 23.

European elections: All you need to know

The countdown is on for the European Parliament elections, when Hull residents will be able to vote on candidates representing Yorkshire and the Humber.

The elections take place on Thursday … More


The Guildhall.

Hull local elections 2019: as it happened

The results for the local elections were declared in the early hours of Friday 3 May at the Guildhall.

Labour has retained control of Hull City Council with 31 seats … More






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