Planning




Councillor John Black, Hull City Council's portfolio holder for housing.

New council housing plan launched in Hull

Plans to deliver up to 250 new council homes in Hull have been announced.

The next phase of the city’s council housing plan will see small sites developed across the … More











The Lord Line building

Plan for 40 flats at Lord Line building refused

A planning application for 40 flats at the site of Hull’s Lord Line building at St Andrew’s Dock has been refused.

But Hull City Council’s planning committee approved proposals to … More




Victoria Pier in Hull.

Victoria Pier flood defence plans go on show

Victoria Pier flood defence plans will go on show at a public drop-in event on Tuesday 3 September.

Staff from the Environment Agency will be on hand to explain the … More


Brunswick Arcade redevelopment a step closer

A public consultation that could lead to the redevelopment of derelict listed buildings and vacant land in the Beverley Road area has been approved by Hull City Council’s Cabinet.

The … More




How the proposed development in Beech Grove could look.

Four-storey student halls approved by planners

A four-storey student halls of residence could be built just off Beverley Road, Hull, after council planners granted conditional approval for the development.

The new building in Beech Grove would … More










The Queens Gardens masterplan will provide enticing open spaces, improved access and seating.

Plans to transform Queens Gardens revealed

These multi-million pound plans to transform Queens Gardens will go on display today as part of the Hull: Yorkshire’s Maritime City exhibition at Trinity Market.

Funded separately to the maritime … More


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