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Draft version of the Neighbourhood plan now available

The full draft version of the Newington Neighbourhood Plan is available to download as a PDF document Newington NP draft ...
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KCOM Stadium / Argyle Street Footpath consultation now open

Historically people have been able to travel between Argyle St to Walton St via the KCOM stadium site and this ...
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KCOM security gate

A new security gate has been installed at the end of a footbridge leading to the KCOM Stadium.  What do ...
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Have your say on further draft recommendations for boundary changes in Hull

The aim of the electoral review is to recommend ward boundaries that mean each councillor represents approximately the same number ...
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Can the old Premier Bar become a positive sight on Anlaby Rd

After 8 years of being empty the building has been put on the market by NPS Humber on behalf of ...
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374a plans

Planning permission rejected!

The previously reported planning application to convert the upper floors of 374a Anlaby Road (pole dancing fitness centre) have been ...
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Lonsdale Christmas Fayre – 3rd December

the Lonsdale Christmas Fayre is this coming Saturday 3rd December from 10.30am to 2.30pm. We will be hosting a stall ...
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NEWS for Sophie Kitching - 8-7-16 
Pictured is a generic view of the former theatre in West Park, Walton Street, Hull.   Picture: Peter Harbour

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Open air theatre?

Did you know that West Park has its own open air theatre? As part of Hull's city of culture should ...
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Hull Fair – who benefits?

Hull Fair is over for another year and I'm sure that many of you enjoyed the spectacle.  If you live ...
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374a Anlaby Road

A plan has been submitted to convert the upper floors of this property into a 20 bedroomed house in multiple ...
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A newly formed Neighbourhood Forum and area has been designated to plan parts of Newington, as detailed in the map above.
Importantly, responsibility for this has been transferred to the local community. You are able to directly influence and change the area for the better, by having a say about its future, or even by being involved in undertaking real and lasting change yourself.

Ideas you have will be taken forward in the form of a plan for the area. Your comments are sought on the sorts of things that would make the place better, in terms of re-using buildings that exist or by creating new ones, such as new housing. There are issues about the future of West Park and what happens at the KC Stadium.

There are a number of steps in getting the plan agreed. The first step involves seeking your views. It also has to conform to national planning rules (called the National Planning Policy Framework) and the Council’s Local Plan. It also has to be based on clear evidence and not just be about ‘wish lists’. The steps and evidence needed are important in getting the plan agreed by an independent inspector and by the community when a referendum on it occurs.