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Find out the latest events for the Hull: Yorkshire's Maritime City project.

Ambitious plans for Hull’s massive maritime project go on display

Plans for a major project to place Hull’s 800 years of maritime history at the heart of the city’s...

Ambitious plans for Hull’s massive maritime project go on display

  • Hull Trinity Market
  • 25 - 2 May 2019
  • 10:00 - 15:00">10:00 - 15:00

Plans for a major project to place Hull’s 800 years of maritime history at the heart of the city’s regeneration will go on display.

The ideas for the Hull: Yorkshire Maritime City project will be on show at Trinity Market from Thursday 25 April – with members of the public encouraged to offer views to help shape the project.

The exhibition will showcase never-seen-before drawings from artists and architects, alongside computer generated visuals showings how the plans will transform the city’s maritime treasures.

Major maritime plans go on display at Freedom Centre

Plans for a major project to place Hull’s 800 years of maritime history at the heart of the city’s...

Major maritime plans go on display at Freedom Centre

  • Freedom Centre, Preston Road
  • 3 - 9 May 2019
  • 10:00 - 15:00">10:00 - 15:00

Plans for a major project to place Hull’s 800 years of maritime history at the heart of the city’s regeneration will go on display.

The ideas for the Hull: Yorkshire Maritime City project will be on show at the Freedom Centre, Preston Road from Friday 3 until Thursday 9 May – with members of the public encouraged to offer views to help shape the project.

The exhibition will showcase never-seen-before drawings from artists and architects, alongside computer generated visuals showings how the plans will transform the city’s maritime treasures.

See maritime plans on display at Edinburgh Street Community Centre

Plans for a major project to place Hull’s 800 years of maritime history at the heart of the city’s...

See maritime plans on display at Edinburgh Street Community Centre

  • Edinburgh Street Community Centre, 140 Woodcock Street, Hull HU33SP
  • 13 - 16 May 2019
  • 10:00 - 15:00">10:00 - 15:00

Plans for a major project to place Hull’s 800 years of maritime history at the heart of the city’s regeneration will go on display.

The ideas for the Hull: Yorkshire Maritime City project will be on show at Edinburgh Street Community Centre from Friday 10 May until Thursday 16 May – with members of the public encouraged to offer views to help shape the project.

The exhibition will showcase never-seen-before drawings from artists and architects, alongside computer generated visuals showings how the plans will transform the city’s maritime treasures.

Have your say on major maritime plans

Plans for a major project to place Hull’s 800 years of maritime history at the heart of the city’s...

Have your say on major maritime plans

  • Unity in Community, 501 Endike Lane, Hull HU68AQ
  • 17 - 23 May 2019
  • 10:00 - 15:00">10:00 - 15:00

Plans for a major project to place Hull’s 800 years of maritime history at the heart of the city’s regeneration are going on display.

The proposals for the Hull: Yorkshire Maritime City project will be on show at Unity in Community, 501 Endike Lame from Friday 17 May until Thursday 23 May – with members of the public encouraged to offer views to help shape the project.

The exhibition will showcase never-seen-before drawings from artists and architects, alongside computer generated visuals showings how the plans will transform the city’s maritime treasures.

Help shape massive maritime plans

Plans for a major project to place Hull’s 800 years of maritime history at the heart of the city’s...

Help shape massive maritime plans

  • Princes Quay Shopping Centre, Hull city centre, Hull HU12PQ
  • 20 - 30 May 2019
  • 10:00 - 15:00">10:00 - 15:00

Plans for a major project to place Hull’s 800 years of maritime history at the heart of the city’s regeneration will go on display.

The ideas for the Hull: Yorkshire Maritime City project will be on show at Princess Quay Shopping Centre from

Monday 20 May until Thursday 30 May – with members of the public encouraged to offer views to help shape the project.

The exhibition will showcase never-seen-before drawings from artists and architects, alongside computer generated visuals showings how the plans will transform the city’s maritime treasures.

New exhibition reveals ambitious plans to reinvigorate the city’s maritime offer

Plans for a major project to place Hull’s 800 years of maritime history at the heart of the city’s...

New exhibition reveals ambitious plans to reinvigorate the city’s maritime offer

  • North Bransholme Community Centre (Phoenix Project), Lothian Way, Hull HU75DD
  • 24 - 30 May 2019
  • 10:00 - 15:00">10:00 - 15:00

Plans for a major project to place Hull’s 800 years of maritime history at the heart of the city’s regeneration will go on display.

The ideas for the Hull: Yorkshire Maritime City project will be on show at

North Bransholme Community Centre from Friday 24 May until Thursday 30 May – with members of the public encouraged to offer views to help shape the project.

The exhibition will showcase never-seen-before drawings from artists and architects, alongside computer generated visuals showings how the plans will transform the city’s maritime treasures.

View major maritime plans at Hull Maritime Museum

Plans for a major project to place Hull’s 800 years of maritime history at the heart of the city’s...

View major maritime plans at Hull Maritime Museum

  • Hull Maritime Museum, Queen Victoria Square, Hull HU13DX
  • 31 - 31 July 2019
  • 10:00 - 15:00">10:00 - 15:00

Plans for a major project to place Hull’s 800 years of maritime history at the heart of the city’s regeneration will go on display.

The ideas for the Hull: Yorkshire Maritime City project will be on show at Hull Maritime Museum from

Friday 31 May until Wednesday 31 July – with members of the public encouraged to offer views to help shape the project.

The exhibition will showcase never-seen-before drawings from artists and architects, alongside computer generated visuals showings how the plans will transform the city’s maritime treasures.