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.
Queensway Properties have completed the external rendering of Grade II listed Garden Village Shopping Centre, the UK’s first renovation project to receive approval for this type of work from local Councillors.
Following concerns the building was going to rack and ruin, directors of Queensway Properties have worked with local councillors to agree on a solution to overhaul parts of the external brickwork which had crumbled away, creating damp inside the property and leaving parts of it uninhabitable.
Hull’s award-winning international Freedom Festival, an established fixture on the national and international cultural calendar. It will return for its 12th year in 2019 with an extended and audacious arts programme spanning five days.
In an extraordinary celebration of art, community and humanity, artists and audiences from Hull and around the world will once again converge on the city, transforming it into a world of wonder, to feast upon a world-class programme of art and a festival as unique as the city to which it is anchored.
The refurbishment of apartments at Liberty House in Hull’s Old Town is completed and the property developer Iguana Developments has confirmed that fifty per cent of the scheme has been reserved off-plan.
Home hunters will now be able to access all areas of the building, which comprises a total of twenty-five, one, two and three bedroom apartments, at their open day on Saturday 6 April 2019.
Hull-based property firm, Iguana Developments has joined a scheme which enables students to undertake an innovative Degree Apprenticeship, to earn while they study for a University degree.
The dilemma of choosing between a degree or an apprenticeship is resolved with the opportunity for students to earn a salary and study for a degree with University fees funded by the Government Scheme. This aims to achieve a target set in 2015 to create 3 million new apprentices by 2020.
The Ferens Art Gallery has announced its exhibition programme for the next eight months. Highlights include a stunning masterpiece from the Royal Collection – Hans Holbein the Younger’s sixteenth-century portrait of Sir Thomas More- and a science fiction-themed contemporary art exhibition Is This Planet Earth?
Beverley, the historic market town of the East Riding of Yorkshire, has a population around the 30,000 mark and is known for many things which include the Beverley Racecourse, music festivals and food markets.
The Sunday Times declared it as one of the best places to live in northern England and one of the reasons that Beverley is a great place to live, or to at least visit, is because there is some fantastic bingo action on offer.