Further regeneration for Hull’s city centre
The next phase in Hull’s regeneration takes the shape of 24 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
A63 Castle Street improvements - Roger Millward Way
National Highways has installed the Mary Murdoch Connection, 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 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.
National Highways is creating a new junction by lowering the level of the A63 at the Mytongate junction.
Ferensway and Commercial Road would cross the A63 creating a split-level junction. Between Princes Dock Street and Market Place we propose to widen the eastbound carriageway to three lanes. They have also constructed a new bridge over the A63 at Porter Street.
These improvements will improve access to the port, congestion, safety and connections between the city centre and the tourist and recreational facilities.
For more information visit National Highways