On Monday 12 April, the country will reach the next stage of the government’s roadmap out of lockdown, which will see a variety of businesses being allowed to reopen.
This … More
On behalf of Hull City Council and the people of the city, we would like to express our great sorrow at the news of the death of Prince Philip, the … More
Leisure facilities across Hull will reopen next week, as national Covid-19 restrictions begin to ease.
Ennerdale and Woodford Leisure Centres, Albert Ave Pools and Costello Stadium will all welcome back … More
The Wilson Centre, Bransholme and Orchard Park Customer Service Centres will reopen for appointments from Monday (12 April) for residents who are unable to have queries dealt with online or … More
Hull City Council has launched a new Rent Advice campaign to urge Council tenants to get in touch with their local housing teams or one of its customer service advisors … More
As work to carry out a full carriageway reconstruction between Diadem roundabout and Ganstead roundabout takes place, some road closures will be required.
The final stage of the work will … More
The Hull and East Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership (HEY LEP) has now officially opened its doors and is beginning work on the region’s future economic direction. The new LEP covers … More
The Hull Maritime project is looking to appoint a specialist training provider to deliver an accredited training programme for young people in Hull.
Thanks to funding awarded to the Hull … More
People are being urged to act responsibly, socially distance and follow the current coronavirus safety advice this Easter bank holiday weekend.
The coronavirus infection rate in Hull remains high which … More
Motorists and pedestrians are being advised that the footpath running between the A63 near Murdoch’s Connection and Waterhouse Lane is now closed so tunnelling work on a new sewer can … More
Hull City Council has joined forces with the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) to offer a range of expert services to firms across the city as they recover from the … More
Hospitality businesses in Hull are being urged to apply for Pavement Licences now so they are ready to serve customers when Covid restrictions ease on April 12.
The reminder to … More
Everyone in Hull aged 16 and over can now have free routine Coronavirus tests. The rapid-result tests are for people who do not have any symptoms of the virus and … More
The team behind one of Hull’s first purpose-built bases for children with autism is raising awareness of the condition among pupils and its workforce.
The new £8.2 million Broadacre Primary … More
On Thursday 6 May 2021, Hull City Council local elections and the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) election takes place.
Residents in Hull have their chance to vote on … More
A brand new cycle hub has opened in Trinity Market today.
The first of its kind to open in the Old Town area, the space will hold storage for up … More
Hull City Council has been recognised for ‘leading the field’ in a national programme aiming to crackdown on rogue landlords and housing benefit fraud.
On Friday 19 March the Ministry … More
Hull City Council is preparing to pay out vital restart grants to businesses to help them recover from the Covid pandemic and kickstart the local economy.
The new Restart Grants … More
As children complete their third week back at school, Helen Christmas, Hull’s public health lead for children and families reflects on their return.
Helen said: “We always knew the return … More
Thousands of families in Hull will benefit from Easter Healthy Holidays packs – full of healthy meal and activity ideas, plus items to encourage healthy play over the school holidays.… More
Thousands of homes in Hull are now better protected from flooding thanks to a new multi-million-pound flood protection scheme.
The Environment Agency’s £42 million Humber frontages scheme will help towards … More
Children across the city will be keeping themselves entertained this Easter with the Magical Museums activity booklet from Hull Museums.
The second edition of the booklet, developed in partnership with … More
Tonight at 8pm buildings in Hull city centre will be lit yellow to honour those who have died with Coronavirus. The date marks a year since the first UK lockdown … More
Plans to create a large ‘aquagreen’ to reduce flood risk to homes and businesses near Bransholme in east Hull have been submitted for planning approval.
A public consultation was launched … More
Hull City Council and the University of Hull have joined forces to re-launch the legal Mediation Centre, with the help of one of the most senior and respected judges in … More
The Winter Grant Scheme has been extended meaning that households in Hull that are most in need will benefit from further food and fuel support.
Families in Hull that live … More