Those enjoying an evening out in Hull over the festive season will have even more travel options to help get home safely thanks to late Saturday night bus services, funded … More
A major milestone in Hull’s 15-year, city-wide housing regeneration programme is set to get underway with the start of the second development phase on Preston Road, East Hull.
The redevelopment … More
Hull City Council, in partnership with East Riding of Yorkshire Council and the region’s two main bus operators, East Yorkshire Buses and Stagecoach, will be holding two public engagement events … More
Council leaders in the East Riding and Hull put pen to paper on a proposed devolution deal with the Government as Levelling Up Minister Jacob Young visited East Yorkshire yesterday.… More
Hull City Council has won a prestigious national award for a campaign, which took place earlier this year, encouraging residents to choose more sustainable and active travel choices.
The city … More
Hull City Council’s Cabinet has approved the delivery of a programme of road safety improvements along the A165 to be incorporated into the authority’s highway capital works programme for 2023/2024 … More
One of Hull City Council’s flood alleviation schemes has been recognised with a prestigious national award.
The Humber Frontages Flood Defence scheme won the national Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) … More
Approval will be sought for Hull City Council to enter into a formal agreement with the National Health Service (NHS) to deliver a Community Diagnostic Centre (CDC) in Albion Square.… More
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Hull and the East Riding will soon be able to benefit from expert, tailored support thanks to over half a million pounds worth of … More
An event has taken place to celebrate the life of Hull City Council Director of Regeneration Mark Jones.
Mark died in September, at the age of 66, following a short … More
Hull City Council’s Cabinet will discuss a report detailing the design brief for the West Docklands area.
The design brief would set a planning framework for development and regeneration of … More
The Employment Hub has celebrated welcoming its 5,000th person to benefit from the service in less than three years.
The significant milestone was reached when Abdullah Yaguba met with … More
Four of Hull’s most notable businesses and organisations have received national certification for their workplace travel plans which encourage and support their workforces, around 2,530 staff, to walk, cycle and … More
The lane closures on Beverley Road have now been removed as major regeneration works to Brunswick Arcade near completion.
The closures between Norfolk Street and Trafalgar Street were removed over … More
Hull has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award for a campaign, which took place earlier this year, encouraging residents to choose more sustainable and active travel choices.
The city … More
Chess enthusiasts could soon be able to showcase their tactical skills as plans to install equipment in two Hull parks have been revealed.
Two new chess tables, each with fixed … More
The city of Hull is to celebrate the 20th year of Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) next week.
GEW was founded to celebrate and empower entrepreneurs in every country and community … More
Plans for six PlayZones are taking a step forward – and now the council wants to know what residents would like to see at those sites.
PlayZones are safe, inclusive … More
A vacant Grade II listed building in Hull city centre will be converted into five stylish studio apartments thanks to council funding.
Qube Property Limited is undertaking a restoration project … More
Following its success in January, Hull City Council will again be running its popular Bike Lights for Dark Nights initiative from the end of October, when the clocks go back, … More
Hull City Council’s Cabinet has given the go ahead to the Hull District Heat Network (HDHN), the council’s long-term, cost-saving energy supply project.
The decision means the council will form … More
Hull’s bus lanes are proposed to change to peak time operation, in both directions, from their current all-day operating times, following a decision taken today (Monday 23 October) by Hull … More
The Recruitment Event hosted by Hull City Council’s Employment Hub was a huge success as record numbers of prospective employees were in attendance.
Over 650 people visited The Guildhall on … More
Hull City Council will seek approval from Cabinet to form a Limited Liability Company (LLC) to manage its district heating project.
An LLC, which would be regulated by Ofgem, would … More
The former Lloyds Bank building on the junction of George Street and Bond Street will undergo a full refurbishment to create 46 residential properties thanks to support from Levelling Up … More
Food lovers in Hull will soon be able to sample a new eatery after Mirha Enterprises received Levelling Up Funding.
The applicant has been granted £58,045 to bring back into … More
The recent part two of Hull Business – Your Future has been hailed a huge success, with over 130 businesses from the city attending The Guildhall.
The breakfast event showcased … More
New road safety measures are a step closer after Hull City Council awarded a contract to design schemes to improve Lowgate, in the Old Town, and the A165.
In a … More
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