A contractor has been appointed to carry out the multi-million pound Albion Square development.
VINCI Construction UK Limited will carry out the design and construction of the mixed-use development, which will feature high-quality retail, housing, leisure and enhanced parking facilities set around an enclosed courtyard.
New artworks celebrating Hull have been created to liven up an area around a city railway bridge.
The murals in Chanterlands Avenue were produced over the summer after artist Andy Pea and pupils from Thoresby Primary School were tasked by ward councillors to create an enchanting gateway to the avenue.
Hull’s popular Playday Festival returns to Queens Gardens on Wednesday 7 August.
The 16th festival in Hull gets underway from 11am until 3pm and Queens Gardens will become a huge outdoor playground where children, young people and families can have a fun-filled day, taking part in the annual celebration of the importance of play.
A winner has been chosen in an international flood risk design competition run by Hull City Council.
The prestigious RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) competition, called Living With Water, asked architects from across the globe to produce innovative and practical design solutions to the flood risks facing future development in Hull.
Hull City Council has secured £1m to support the regeneration of Whitefriargate under the Humber High Street Challenge fund.
The fund, from the Humber LEP, is providing grants aimed at encouraging private sector landlords and property owners in each of the four Humber local authorities to undertake building and conversion projects that animate high streets, diversify the traditional high street offer and bring unused floor space back into use.
Hull City Council has taken a step closer to securing £22 million to regenerate Whitefriargate.
The council has been successful in the first stage of the bidding process and will now be given a funding grant to develop a full business case for capital investment from the Future High Streets Fund (FHSF).
The 28 Day Survey is a new campaign to start conversations around women’s health issues – starting with the question, “what makes a happy period?”
Following suggestions at the Hull Health and Wellbeing Board that up to 3000 (or possibly more) women in Hull will struggle to afford sanitary products, NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Hull City Council have agreed to research the issue locally and launch The 28 Day Survey.