About the Beverley Road Townscape Heritage Scheme

Since 2015, Hull City Council have been delivering the Beverley Road Townscape Heritage Scheme to protect, restore, and celebrate the rich heritage of Beverley Road and those who have lived, worked, and enjoyed time there over the centuries.

The Townscape Heritage Scheme is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, with thanks to National Lottery players.

The scheme has included repair and restoration grants to local property owners, public realm improvements, and a wide-ranging community engagement programme which includes heritage walks and talks, work with local schools, the creation of a new heritage trail and collaborations with community organisations.

Now Hull City Council have commissioned local film company NOVA Studios to create a miniseries of films with the local community about the history and heritage of Beverley Road.

The first film features three key partners in the scheme, Summit Education Society, Pearson Primary School, and the Station Inn, talking about community, diversity and belonging in the area.

Upcoming films will explore the blitz, entertainment and culture, and heritage restoration works.

People can learn more about the Beverley Road Townscape Heritage Scheme on Facebook and X (Twitter).