Barratt David Wilson Homes and the Brough South Consortium has submitted a reserved matters application to East Riding of Yorkshire Council. The application is for the development of 225 new homes on land off Ings Lane, in Brough.
The proposed development forms part of Brough South, an exciting residential, retail and commercial development, delivering new opportunities to the already thriving town.
ArtWaves 2020 is proud to release the second wave of workshops for the 2020 festival, taking place on the weekend of 30-31 May 2020, with the Fringe event being staged from Monday 25 – Friday, 29 May 2020.
Workshops will span the week fringe of ArtWaves and across the festival weekend, bringing the return of festival favourites and new additions to the Yorkshire coast.
Plans for the £4.3m Queens Gardens refurbishment are to go on display as part of a public consultation in Trinity Market.
The plans incorporate modern, eco-friendly features including electric charging points, the introduction of plants and trees to increase the gardens’ biodiversity and the incorporation of designs and functions that will allow the area to be used for flood alleviation.
A Hull-based theatre company is to create an immersive maritime-themed performance to be performed in local primary schools.
Theatre on the Edge, which aims to produce quality theatre with new and original work, has been commissioned by Hull City Council as part of the forthcoming Hull: Yorkshire’s Maritime City primary schools outreach programme.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has met with SSE Renewables to discuss multi-billion pound plans to build what will be the world’s largest offshore wind farm in the world off the Holderness Coast.
This is the latest in a series of engagements that Graham has had with renewable firms over the years in order to ensure that residents and local businesses see the benefits of the growth of green energy without being inconvenienced by the construction.
The RICS plays a significant role in the future of the built environment. Its local Association is hosting two seminars for the local property and construction sector, to support those entering the profession and to provide education on biodiversity.
After feedback from local candidates and members, RICS Hull and East Yorkshire Local Association are testing the water in the region, holding two events; a Matrics networking event and a session to show what small changes can be made to better accommodate nature.
It might be the year of the Rat in Chinese culture, but at Drunk Animal Creative Studio, 2020 is most definitely the year of the Rooster.
Drunk Animal Creative Studio, a bold marketing agency based in Hull, Manchester and Oxford, is pleased to announce that, following a busy year, a number of strategic hires have been made, taking the agency into a new year, stronger and more dynamic than ever before.
Carriageway and footway improvements works are progressing well along the A1038, Kingsgate, in Bridlington, and East Riding of Yorkshire Council is reminding road users and local residents of further forthcoming road closures which form part of the scheme.
The carriageway between 41 and 19 Kingsgate will be reconstructed during the week commencing Monday, 17 February for five days as part of the ongoing works to improve Kingsgate.
With wet weather looking to continue, commercial insurance broker, HI Commercial, based in Hessle, is urging business owners and landlords to ensure their property maintenance is up to scratch, preventing water from entering premises, but also to be confident that insurance policies remain valid.
Athletics club and charity, Fitmums & Friends, Hull City Council and Hull Culture and Leisure, Leisure Services are delighted to announce the launch of Walk Hull – West Park: a new community walking scheme.
Walk Hull – West Park is a community walking initiative designed to encourage people to walk in Hull’s West Park. It combines signs in the park with an easy-to-use smartphone app which tells walkers exactly how far they have travelled.
Everyone with endometriosis is urged to respond to a call for evidence after MPs have today launched an inquiry into endometriosis.
The inquiry will see patients and healthcare practitioners share their first-hand experiences and advise the Government on what steps need to be taken to ensure people with endometriosis are getting the right care at the right time.