On Wednesday, 29 November 2023, Hull City Council will hold two public engagement events in partnership with East Riding of Yorkshire Council and the region’s two main bus operators, East Yorkshire Buses and Stagecoach.
From 10am-1.30pm, East Yorkshire Buses will be providing a fully electric, zero-emission, single-deck demonstrator Volvo BZL bus at Queen Victoria Square, Hull, and from 2-3.30pm at Hessle Square. No appointment is necessary for residents and local stakeholders to attend.
East Yorkshire, with its picturesque landscapes and charming towns, is a hidden gem worth exploring. While there are various modes of transportation available, buses offer a unique and convenient way to immerse yourself in the beauty of this region. In this blog post, we will delve into the benefits of using buses to travel around East Yorkshire, uncovering the treasures that await you at every stop.
Travelling by bus in East Yorkshire ensures convenience like no other. With well-connected routes and frequent schedules, you can effortlessly navigate the region’s popular tourist locations. Whether you’re planning to visit the historic city of Beverley, the stunning beaches of Bridlington, or the serene countryside of the Yorkshire Wolds, buses provide a hassle-free and cost-effective means of transportation.
Ideal Heating has announced it will be offering a series of new apprenticeship opportunities throughout 2022 as it prepares the next generation of talent with skills ready for a future in green energy.
With over 10 new apprenticeships set to be introduced across various areas of the business, the successful applicants will help Ideal play a part in the UK’s drive to become a net-zero economy by 2050, as it increases its production of low carbon heating products.
Two more school expansion projects are to begin in Hull, as part of £50million investment into the city’s schools to increase pupil places, choices and provide outstanding learning environments for children.
Malet Lambert and Sirius Academy North will both see expansion works begin in early January, which will increase the number of places at each secondary school by 150 places.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is inviting residents to provide their views to the Council on climate change in the East Riding through an interactive online questionnaire.
Residents will be able to use an interactive map of East Riding to highlight locations where there are opportunities for further positive climate action and express any opinions about climate change more generally through a series of questions.
Hull-based green cleaning company Bio-D has been announced as the winner of a prestigious award for energy and sustainability at a major regional manufacturing awards ceremony.
The Make UK Manufacturing Awards recognises the achievements of companies from across the North East, Yorkshire and the Humber. The winners of each category now go on to the National Manufacturing Awards Ceremony which will be held in London in January.