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From INSIDER MEDIA | Thursday 8 November 2018

England Lyle Good submitted application to Hull City Council earlier this year for work on building at St Andrews Dock.

The Lord Line Building. Image: David Wright

The proposed conversion and redevelopment of a landmark building in Hull is set to move forward with plans recommended for approval at a meeting later this week (7 November 2018).

England Lyle Good, on behalf of the site's owner, submitted an application to Hull City Council earlier this year for work on the Lord Line Building at St Andrews Dock.

The Lord Line Building was constructed in 1949 for The Lord Line trawler fleet and is the largest surviving fish dock building at St Andrews Dock.

The building is locally listed due to its status as a landmark building and importance to the Hull fishing industry. However has been vacant for a number of years and has suffered from vandalism.

Under the application, conversion of the ground floor is proposed for restaurant, café and ice cream parlour use, together with the refurbishment of the upper floors to return them to use as office.

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