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

National Picture Theatre

Next steps for National Picture Theatre announced

Hull City Council is developing designs to transform the former National Picture Theatre, to support a bid that could secure a grant of £289,000 from the National Heritage Lottery Fund.… More

£130m Albion Square development given go-ahead

Planning approval has been given to the estimated £130 million Albion Square development in the heart of the city centre.

The mixed-use development sought by Hull City Council will feature … More


Plans to save Hull’s Banksy given green light

Hull City Council’s Planning Committee have given the go-ahead to removing the Banksy and Scott Street Bridge, before rebuilding a replica structure to host the famous artwork.

The work will … More

A change-of-use planning application for The Barrow Boys bar in Hull Marina has been approved.

Barrow Boys planning application approved

A change-of-use planning application for The Barrow Boys bar in Hull Marina has been approved.

The retrospective application was for permission to change the ground floor from a restaurant to … More

Action taken on vacant buildings in Hull

Action is being taken to tackle vacant buildings in Hull in danger of falling into disrepair.

A register containing at-risk structures has been compiled by Hull City Council as part … More


Banksy mural has not been ‘demolished’

The Banksy mural on Scott Street Bridge in Hull has not been demolished, contrary to reports in the media on Monday.

A planning process for the Scott Street Bridge where … More

See how Whitefriargate could look under new plans

This is how one of Hull’s most popular shopping streets could look under new plans.

Whitefriargate in the city’s Old Town is Hull City Council’s next major regeneration project.

A … More

Kingswood extension appeal dismissed

The Planning Inspectorate today published its report and appeal decision regarding the land at Ashcombe Road and Barnes Way, Kingswood.

Hull City Council’s Planning Committee has twice rejected applications for … More

Lord Line building and Hydraulic Tower and Pump House

Today, Wednesday 6 December, Hull City Council’s Planning Committee refused planning applications to demolish both the Lord Line building and Hydraulic Tower and Pump House.
The locally listed Lord Line … More

Hull City Council wins Excellence Award

Hull City Council last night received the Association of Public Service Excellence (APSE) award for Best Public/Private Partnership in recognition of the work done with partners Wykeland Beal to transform … More