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Coronavirus: Hull’s infection rate explained

Numbers of Coronavirus cases in Hull are currently low, but it is vital people continue to take the virus seriously, Hull City Council’s Director of Public Health has explained, following … More













Plans for the new Broadacre Primary School in Hull.

New Broadacre Primary School now a step closer

The construction of the new Broadacre Primary School has taken a step forward.

The project, which will see the existing building demolished and replaced, has now approved by the Regional … More




Freetown Way

Pop-up cycle lanes in Freetown Way in Hull

Cycle lane improvement works have started in Freetown Way.

The work will include pop-up cycle lanes with the removal of the inside lane for motorists.

This means the newly segregated … More



Hull’s Director of Public Health, Julia Weldon.

Be ready for Test and Trace call, people in Hull told

Hull City Council is finalising its local coronavirus management plan, in line with all local authorities nationally,  as the Government’s Test and Trace initiative gets under way.

Responsibility for managing … More


Cycle path

Have your say on cycling in Hull

As cycling work gets under way across Hull, a number of significant changes will be visible across the city.

As part of this city-wide project, bollards will be used to … More



Roadworks are to take place in Hull.

Roadworks in Endike Lane to resume next week

Roadworks in Endike Lane will resume next week.

From Monday 29 June, works will begin to repair the roundabout at the junction of Endike Lane and Cranbrook Avenue.

Once completed, … More



Litter in Hull

Litter enforcement to resume in Hull next week

Litter enforcement patrols will resume in Hull from Monday 29 June.

Enforcement against litter louts was briefly suspended following the start of the coronavirus pandemic, however officers will be patrolling … More









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