Hull City Council and Humberside Police are working with residents following reports of anti-social behavior and illegal hunting at Noddle Hill Nature Reserve in north Hull.
In the past few … More
Hull City Council has successfully applied to the county court to discharge the Section 222 injunction order regarding loitering or soliciting on Hessle Road.
It follows the outcome of a … More
The Lord Mayor’s Gala, Veteran’s Weekend and Hull Fair have all been cancelled for 2020.
Due to take place in June, July and October, the decision to cancel the events … More
Sculcoates Bridge in Chapman Street will remain closed to road traffic until further notice.
The decision comes after an inspection found the condition of the bridge has deteriorated to the … More
Hull City Council has agreed a 10-year strategy for the city’s libraries.
The strategy, which tells how technology will play an important role in libraries of the future, was agreed … More
A free book of personal poetry has been written to commemorate the two-year anniversary of a project to shine a light on mental health issues experienced by young people.
Two … More
Hull residents are being told how they can book bulky item collections after Hull City Council doubled capacity for the service.
The temporary increase has been introduced to help those … More
A city-wide programme to clean Hull’s cycle tracks has begun.
Hull City Council workers have been busy trimming shrubs and grass verges, litter-picking, sweeping and removing large items from last … More
Hull City Council is launching a new business grant fund to help businesses that may have missed out on previous support during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Hull Business Discretionary Grant … More
Freedom Festival Arts Trust has announced that the city’s annual Freedom Festival will not take place outdoors in September as planned, but will instead go online.
This year’s festival will … More
Hull City Council has agreed to enter into a funding grant with Homes England for Local Authority Accelerated Construction funding that will be used to support the creation of residential … More
New messaging reminding people to remain safe and follow social distancing measures is appearing in public spaces.
The Government has outlined a plan that, if certain conditions are met, would … More
Trinity Market will be open from 9am to 3pm from Monday to Friday from next week following the Government’s latest changes to coronavirus measures.
Trinity Market has remained partially open … More
Motorists will be charged for using on-street parking from Monday 18 May.
But any Hull City Council-owned car parks, including short-stay and long-stay sites, will remain free until further notice.… More
People in Hull are being urged to share stories about acts of kindness with the city.
Ahead of Mental Health Awareness Week starting on Monday 18 May, people are being … More
Residents are being asked to submit their memories and pictures of time spent in self-isolation for an archive being created by Hull History Centre.
The initiative, in partnership with Heritage … More
Hull City Council has committed to investing £20,000 to support the next generation of business leaders in the city.
The funding for young enterprise will be managed by the Hull … More
Work on a new multi-million pound pumping station in Hull gets under way this week.
The East Hull Pumping Station, part of a £28.5 million flood alleviation scheme, will reduce … More
The city’s Learning Partnership is planning for a wider opening of schools to specific year groups from 1 June.
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on Sunday, schools and early years … More
Health experts have urged people in Hull not to let drinking become a daily activity as Government restrictions relating to the coronavirus pandemic continue.
Drinking alcohol in excess can suppress … More
Plans to carry out roadworks across Hull are still ongoing.
Work behind the scenes to plan and implement road improvement schemes have been under way to take advantage of the … More
Almost 7,000 litres of water will be flushed through Hull city centre as part of a programme to cleanse its streets.
Disinfectant will also be sprayed on shop fronts and … More