Hull City Council has been awarded more than £350,000 by Homes England to allow 121 new homes to be built.
This will comprise 12 homes for affordable rent and 109 … More
It is not a job for the faint of heart.
Meet the team of abseilers who defy gravity to make sure cladding on Hull City Council’s 26 tower blocks is … More
These gardens are the gold standard among Hull City Council’s talented tenant gardeners.
From pots and hanging baskets to lush lawns and vegetable plots, entries in this year’s council tenants’ … More
A Hull team has been crowned as the winner of the Humber Care Tech Challenge 2019 with their design on how to support people living with the dementia.
Team Ull-tra … More
Hull City Council is asking residents to share their views on the future of housing in Hull.
A survey has been launched which asks the public what type of housing … More
At 89 year old, Freda Milson is one of Hull City Council’s longest tenants.
Freda, of Bilton Grange estate, has lived in the same house for more than 60 years.… More
You don’t have to be sleeping on the streets to be homeless. If you’re staying somewhere that you have no legal right to stay, such as a friend’s house or … More
The demolition of the 29 remaining properties in the Newington and St Andrew’s Renewals Area has been given the go-ahead by Hull City Council.
A milestone in the Hawthorne Avenue … More
A partnership in Hull is working to address the issue of problem begging in the city centre.
Hull City Council, Humberside Police, HullBID, Emmaus Hull and East Riding, the NHS … More
Hull City Council has moved a step closer to tackling problems arising from houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) across the city.
The council’s Cabinet today supported a plan that would … More
Hull council tenants are being urged to share their memories of living in council housing to mark 100 years since the first council homes.
Hull City Council is organising a … More
Hull City Council has successfully bid for £728,000 to help alleviating rough sleeping in the city.
The grant application was made to the Rapid Rehousing Pathway 2019-20 fund.
The funding … More
Green-fingered Hull City Council tenants will be again given the chance to show off their gardening skills.
And this year’s Hull City Council Tenants’ Garden Competition will includes more categories … More
Hull City Council is celebrating becoming the first social landlord nationally to achieve Exemplar Accreditation for its tenant involvement work. Awarded Tpas, the national tenant engagement experts, exemplar status recognises … More
Hull has beaten the tough housing delivery targets set by the Government.
The local authority delivered 165% of its target with 2,514 new homes built in the city from 2015 … More
Plans for 121 new houses in Bilton Grange area of Hull have been granted conditional approval by planners.
Plans were approved by Hull City Council’s planning committee yesterday to allow … More
A Hull landlord has been fined almost £3,000 after at least seven people were found living in a two-bedroom flat.
Saleem Hakim was charged £2,825 in council costs, fine and … More
Residents are being advised how to prevent the build-up of condensation in their homes to avoid damp.
Hull City Council and Hull & East Riding Citizens Advice are warning residents … More
A £4 million investment in housing renewal from the Local Growth Fund has been approved by the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership.
Hull City Council confirmed the move in a decision … More
Hull City Council has promoted City Planning Manager Alex Codd to a new City Economic Development and Regeneration Manager role.
Alex, one of the council’s most highly respected and well-known … More
Hull City Council has completed the purchase of two keys sites identified for improvement of the East Bank of the River Hull.
This is a key milestone to support the … More
Hull City Council has today (Thursday 15 March) published a decision record to confirm it will seek to acquire derelict land on the East Bank of the River Hull to … More
Hull 4 Heroes and Hull City Council have today (Thursday 8 February) revealed plans to create a new £8m Veterans Village for ex-servicemen and women in Hull and the East … More
Hull City Council statement:
“We have a duty to keep the city centre in a sanitary condition for all residents and visitors and, earlier today, we carried out a deep … More
A record thirty-seven staff in Hull City Councils Housing Service have graduated at The Guildhall today, receiving their Certificates in Housing from Terrie Allafat, Chief Executive of the Chartered Institute … More
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