Developers have until 5 July to register firm expressions of interest. Credit: Hull City Council

Hull takes East Bank Urban Village to market

The city council has asked for formal expressions of interest as it seeks a development partner to deliver up to 850 homes in one of its priority projects.

Procurement is being undertaken through the Homes England DPS Framework.

Interest has been registered by a range of developers, HCC said, leading it to launch the formal phase of the process and move the project on.

The project will see up to 850 new homes developed alongside a range of other uses on the East Bank of the River Hull, on underused brownfield land.

Garry Taylor, the council’s assistant director for major projects, culture and place, said: “It is great to have reached this important milestone in the project’s development in the opening of EOI for East Bank Urban Village.

“It is a site with huge potential and we look forward to progressing the conversation with prospective developers.”

East Bank Urban Village will help to support growth and investment into the city centre.

As the council expressed it, the site has been allocated for high-quality apartments with the opportunity for features such as social rooftop areas and spaces for families, outdoor play and integrated quality private amenity spaces.

A deadline of Friday 5 July has been set.

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