A businessman with passions for food and sailing has combined them to open a new restaurant with a nautical theme. Port-Side Bistro is in the perfect location in Princes Dock Street, Hull, and owner Mark Duckett is now looking for memorabilia to reinforce the seafaring atmosphere.read more
A glossy guide to Hull’s retail secrets is helping to boost trade for the city centre’s small independent businesses. 45 outlets are featured in Hull BID’s new Hidden Gems brochure, which is being distributed via designated door drops through tourism organisations and by the businesses themselves.read more
Hull Business Improvement District (BID) is backing the city’s small independent retailers by providing a new guide to help drive business to their shops. More than 40 outlets will be featured in BID’s new Hidden Gems brochure, which will be distributed in late October to local residents and businesses as well as through tourism organisations.read more
It is with some regret we have to advise that on Friday 2 September 2011, Hull City Council (the official ballot holder) confirmed in a statement their decision to immediately halt the ballot process amongst city centre businesses which would have hopefully secured a further five year term for Hull BID.read more
RT @HumberBizEd: Retail regeneration professionals give Hull seal of approval after shop tour https://t.co/W8PmRjmpuW https://t.co/275jKEZS… 12:41 - 16/01/2018
A planning application has been lodged for the repair and redevelopment of 61-63 Humber Street which houses Fruit, including the creation of a new, purpose-built and sound-proofed multi-arts performance venue, accommodated partly within and also extending to the rear of the building.