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Further regeneration for Hull’s city centre

The next phase in Hull’s regeneration takes the shape of 12 key sites offering unique investment possibilities. Hull City Council's long-term vision for the future of the city centre, following the city's year as the UK City of Culture in 2017 and ongoing ambition to be a world-class visitor destination has been presented to investors. The sites outline the possibility for as many as 2,500 homes and apartments to be built in the city centre, as well as opportunities for leisure and retail.

Visit Invest Hull for more information on the 12 identified sites.

Albion Square /Kingston House

The £130 million development of Albion Square will comprise high-quality retail, housing, leisure and enhanced parking facilities set around an enclosed courtyard.

It will include more than 250 residential units, 12,000 sq m retail space and 640 parking spaces.

Opposite the site at Bond Street, the former council offices are being extensively refurbished into high end apartments. Further residences are proposed on the site, mainly over premises that front Albion Street.

For more information, visit Invest Hull.

Cruise Terminal

The development of a £50 million Yorkshire Cruise Terminal for the Humber are ongoing, which will serve not only the increasing number of visitors to Hull but also the great destinations we have on our doorstep across Yorkshire.

For more information, visit here.

Restoration of the Guildhall Greenwich Time Ball

With support and grant funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund, the Guildhall Greenwich Time Ball will be fully restored to its former glory. Dating back to 1918, Hull’s Guildhall Greenwich Time Ball is the only such timepiece on a municipal building and one of only a few nationally. It reflects the importance of maritime timekeeping, the link with navigation and the need to fix longitude from the John Harrison period (1720s) to the present.

For more information, visit here.

Pearson Park

The £3m restoration project is being made possible thanks to a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. The refurbishment of the archway is the first of many transformations for the park, which will include:

  • Restoration and repairs to the Grade II listed East Lodge, providing new office and meeting space and a community healthy living garden
  • Reinstatement of the bridge over the lake
  • Reinstatement of the bandstand
  • Rebuilding of the Victorian conservatory
  • Improvement works to the bowling pavilion
  • Improvement works to the ice cream kiosk
  • Landscaping improvement works
  • Refurbishment of the statues and memorials placed around the park – Queen Victoria and Prince Albert statues and the drinking fountain

For more information, visit here

Beverley Road Townscape Heritage Scheme

The council successfully applied for Heritage Lottery Funding (HLF) to deliver a Townscape Heritage (TH) scheme around Beverley Road, to help local property owners pay for much needed conservation repairs, restore architectural features, improve the historic streetscape and help to bring historic buildings back into use. For more information, visit here.

Castle Street improvements – Princes Quay Bridge and Roger Millward Way

Highways England is building a landmark pedestrian footbridge, accessible to cyclists and wheelchair users, crossing the A63 between Princes Dock to the North and Humber Dock (Hull Marina) to the South.

The bridge, which has received a funding contribution of £4m by the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership, is the first phase of the A63 Castle Street improvements scheme and will create better pedestrian links in Hull city centre.

Alongside this, they’re making improvements at Roger Millward Way (formerly known as Garrison Road). The existing junction will be improved with a ‘hamburger’ design, which provides a new road running through the middle of the roundabout creating the burger shape. This will ease congestion and improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists. For more information visit Highways England.