Work to bolster Hull’s flood defences is underway despite the Covid-19 outbreak.
As part of the latest phase of the Brough South development, over 200 new homes are being brought forward
East Yorkshire could benefit from a new research and innovation centre if the local authority gives its go ahead to plans.
Since being named as the European Capital of Culture in 2017, Hull city centre has been transformed and the regeneration is set to continue into 2020.
The plans for the new Yorkshire Energy Park are quickly taking shape, after potential tenants for the £200 million development have been announced.
According to recent figures from the ONS, the level of all construction work in 2018 was 0.7 per cent higher than during 2017.
New research has revealed that 33% of employers and 48% of employees are ignorant of this apprenticeships levy.
The aim of Building Home in Hull is to build quality new homes with the help of SME’s, developers and sole traders across the city.
Hull Council have has submitted plans for a major new development in a bid to boost the local economy by over £40 million a year.
The submitted plans will provide better protection for 113,000 homes and businesses that are at risk of tidal flooding in Hull.
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