From Jamie Goodwin | Tuesday 16 October 2018
Hull City Council has unveiled to investors its long-term plan for the city centre.
The launch of an exhibition outlining the vision to transform 12 key sites in the next phase of the city centre’s redevelopment across the city centre took place at Hull’s Trinity Market on Tuesday morning.
They include investment opportunities on the east and west banks of the River Hull, Hull Marina and the £130 million Albion Square development in the heart of the city.
The proposals were drawn up following extensive consultation with residents, taking into account an understanding of the local market.
The public will have the opportunity to view, comment and speak to council staff on the proposals at Trinity Market.
View the plans here.