The project is designed to facilitate the development of the remaining 12 acres (5 hectares) of land at Henry Boot Way in West Hull (6 sites) of which approximately 8.5 acres of land are within the Enterprise Zones.
There are four proposed development schemes identified within Henry Boot Way. Currently the road network is close to capacity especially at peak times and the proposed development of these sites is predicted to generate additional car borne trips that would lead to increasing congestion on the network. This would result in traffic queuing on the slip roads and backing onto the Strategic Highway Network (A63) significantly increasing the risk of accidents occurring. Highways England is seeking the introduction of highway improvements to mitigate the impact of the predicted development traffic and to minimise the potential accident risk.
April 1, 2018 - October 22, 2021
Hull City Council
Priory Park, Hull
|TOTAL PROJECT EXPENDITURE||£1,799,873.00|
|Profiled||Achieved overall up to end of Q4 20/21|
|LGF Spend||£1,439,899.00||£ 365,177.79|
|Public Spend||£ 359,974.00||£ 259,973.00|
|Profiled||Achieved overall – up to end of Q4 20/21|
|New roads (Km)||0.441||0|
|Area of land reclaimed/redeveloped or reassembled (ha)||4.89||0|
Business case approved
All locations are approximate.