A six-year plan on how the city will be protected from flooding has been revealed.
In Hull, more than 100,000 homes are at risk of flooding. To try and reduce … More
Two men and a woman have been fined for fly-tipping waste in Hull, after CCTV cameras caught them in the act.
Danut Volovaci of Suffolk Terrace, Hull, was prosecuted and … 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
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
A city-wide fly-tipping campaign has been launched to remind people of how to dispose of their waste.
The warning comes after nine people were issued with fixed penalty notices this … More
A Hull man has been prosecuted for a number of waste offences across Hull and the East Riding.
Nathan Barrett of Bedford Street, Hull, has been sentenced to a 12 … More
Residents are being reminded to implement personal flood protection measures as the city prepares for significant rainfall this week.
The MET office has predicted that Hull may experience around 30-60mm … More
Residents are being reminded to dispose of their waste correctly this festive season after five offenders were prosecuted for fly-tipping.
The warning comes as families prepare for the festive season, … More
A scheme designed to protect thousands of homes in Hull and the East Riding from flooding has won a prestigious award.
The Anlaby and East Ella Flood Alleviation Scheme (AAEFAS) … More
A Hull business has been fined for dumping waste in a private passageway.
Waste including food and drink packaging was found dumped in a passageway between Dorset Street and Essex … More
Residents in Hull are being reminded of how to protect themselves from one of nature’s biggest threats to the city.
At present, there are around 120,000 home in Hull and … More
A popular section of footpath in Hull’s Victoria Dock is reopening this week.
The route which forms part of the Trans Pennine Trail is re-opening after an upgrade to flood … More
Residents in Yorkshire are being warned not to become ‘accidental’ waste criminals.
Facebook users in Yorkshire that use unregistered waste carriers could find themselves ‘accidental criminals’, warns the Environment Agency.… More
Residents are being asked for their views about plans to create a large ‘aquagreen’ at Castlehill to reduce flood risk to homes and businesses in east Hull.
A public consultation … More
A major new study into the 2007 floods in Hull has found more than a third of households in the city have yet to take measures to better protect themselves … More
A £22 million scheme to help protect homes and businesses in Hull and the East Riding from flooding has won two top awards.
The Anlaby and East Ella Flood Alleviation … More
Fly-tippers are being warned of strict enforcement action if they are found dumping their waste.
Hull City Council has issued a warning to people who are taking advantage of coronavirus … 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
Following yesterday’s downpour, a number of leisure services have been affected.
Sutton Park Golf Course remains closed due to waterlogged grounds and the local authority’s amateur football and rugby pitches … More
These four Hull residents have been prosecuted by Hull City Council for fly-tipping in the city.
James Marynicz and Kelly Pearson of Riston Street were convicted after their waste was … More
This is how a new multi-million-pound National Flood Resilience Centre could look after plans were drawn up in Hull.
Ark, a project led by the University of Hull and Humberside … More
A man and a woman have been prosecuted for fly-tipping in Hull.
A 31-year-old woman has been landed with a £1,175 fine after her waste was found dumped in Oakington … More
As Hull battled winds of up 80pmh yesterday, Hull City Council’s Streetscene teams were on hand to help deal with the force of Storm Ciara.
The crews removed and stabilised … More
People living and working around the Humber are being invited to complete a public survey to help organisations working on a new tidal flood risk strategy understand local views and … More