A booklet containing inspirational photography and messages from the late Mark Jones, formerly Hull City Council’s director of regeneration, has been produced to support three charities.
Hull developer Wykeland has started a £2m restoration project to revive the grade two-listed 1900-built former offices of steamship broker GR Sanderson in the city.
The community diagnostics centre lined up for Albion Street has been designed by FaulknerBrowns Architects.
Hull and East Riding’s councils have launched an eight-week consultation on plans to create a Hull and East Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority, led by a directly elected mayor.
Full council meetings held by both authorities have agreed to proceed with devolution proposals, meaning public consultation can begin.
The grade two-listed property will be brought back to life with Levelling Up Fund support, feeding into a wider regeneration project led by Wykeland Group.
Government funding has been secured to develop a community diagnostics centre earmarked for Albion Square, to be rubber-stamped by council next week.
The council is seeking a firm to lead on the delivery of the East Bank Urban Village, its flagship city living project.
Work has started on a second development phase on Preston Road, East Hull, part of Hull’s citywide 15-year housing regeneration programme.
Completion has been reached on an 11,000 sq ft building, rounding off construction on the £22m @TheDock development.
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