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The project supports Hull City Centre’s transition to new leisure and residential uses. This will be achieved through delivering key development sites and supporting the conversion of empty properties where their traditional use is no longer viable. The project addresses viability issues caused by land conditions, archaeology, contamination, access infrastructure and flood risk.

Project Dates

April 1, 2017 - December 23, 2021

Project Sponsor

Hull City Council

Location

Hull city centre

Funding

TOTAL PROJECT EXPENDITURE £10,613,374.00
Profiled Achieved overall – up to end of Q4 20/21
LGF Spend £2,500,000.00 £2,500,000.00
Public Spend £8,113,374.00 £6,467,095.00

 

Outputs

  Profiled Achieved overall – up to end of Q4 20/21
Area of land reclaimed/redeveloped or assembled (ha) 0.89 0.89
Buildings demolished 2 1
Buildings cleared of asbestos 2 1

Approval Status

Business case approved

Delivery Status

Started

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Last updated: October 25, 2021

All locations are approximate.

Priorities
An infrastructure that supports growth
An infrastructure that supports growth
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