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Hull City Council has approved plans for a £1.6m refurbishment of Trinity Indoor Market by summer 2017.
Hull Council is to consider plans for a £10m digital technology and mechatronics college for 600 students in Kingston Square by next September.
Hull City Council is to consider plans for a £36m 2,500-seater music and events centre called The Venue, with the creation of 500 jobs.
Hull City Council has unveiled plans for the £8.7m redevelopment of the Hull New Theatre.
Hull City Council is considering proposals to develop a £20m 50-metre swimming pool and ice rink in the city centre.
Hull City Council is in discussions with an unnamed healthcare company planning to set up a new base at the former Hedon Road hospital site, with the creation of 200 jobs.
Hull City Council is planning to build a £42m concert venue, conference centre and 150-bed hotel in the city centre, with the creation of 500 jobs.
Hull City Council is to invest an initial £13m in improvements to the city centre, in order to provide public spaces that attract more visitors.
Hull City Council is in discussions with Clinical Commissioning Group about plans to open a £10m rehabilitation centre in East Hull by 2016.
Hull City Council is in discussions with an unnamed hydroponics company about proposals to build a £250m biomass power station and eco-park at Hedon aerodrome.
Hull City Council and Stoneferry Estates are planning to build a new £25m 11-acre renewable energy business park at Kingston Parklands, with the creation of 500 jobs.
Hull City Council is in talks with an unnamed company about plans for a new £300m food production and renewable energy plant, with the creation of up to 700 jobs.
Hull City Council has approved plans from Manor Property Group to build a £15m Hilton Garden Inn hotel on Anne Street by 2013, with the creation of 60 jobs.
Hull City Council is to consider plans from C Spencer to build a £150m waste-fuelled power station on the east bank of the River Hull, which would create 60 jobs.
Hull City Council is looking into the possibility of installing solar panels in up to 5,000 council homes through its wholly-owned building firm KWL, which could create 100 jobs.
Hull City Council has approved plans for the development of a new £6.5m North Stand at the Hull Kingston Rovers rugby stadium by 2012.
Hull City Council has approved plans from Marblechip for a £5.5m office development in Baker Street, and talks are taking place with a potential call centre occupier that could create more than 100 jobs.
Hull City Council is to relocate its customer services department from Kenworthy House to a new £3.2m facility on Alfred Gelder Street this autumn.
Hull City Council has secured lottery funding to build a five-storey £8m youth centre on Ferensway by 2013, including arts, sports and dance facilities.
Hull City Council has approved plans from NHS Hull and the Sewell Group to build a £15m health and wellbeing centre on Story Street by 2011.
Hull City Council has approved plans from Trinity Quays for a £50m 20-storey development at Myton Bridge, including a Millennium & Copthorne four-star hotel and the creation of more than 100 jobs.
Hull City Council is to consider plans from Neptune Renewable Energy to install a tidal power turbine in the Humber to power Hull Arena.
Hull City Council has approved plans from Pure Urban for the development of a new £10m 128-bed hotel on the east bank of the River Hull.
Hull City Council has awarded outline planning permission to Henderson Global Investors for the £300m Quay West retail development, including 60 shops, two department stores and a hotel, and construction is due to start in 2008.
Hull City Council is to seek lottery funding for the development of a £16m visitor attraction to tell the story of the Earth's rivers, wildlife and ecosystems at the Central Dry Dock on the River Hull.
Hull City Council is to consider plans from WRG to build a waste-burning incinerator on a 21-acre site near Saltend by 2010.
Hull City Council is to consider plans from Henderson Global Investors and Insight Investment for a £300m retail and leisure development next to Princes Quay Shopping Centre.
Hull City Council and the Stadium Management Company are in discussions with Las Vegas Sands about plans to build a £65m casino and leisure complex at the Kingston Communications Stadium.
Hull City Council is to consider plans from De Vere for the construction of a 123-bed five-star hotel at Priory Park.
Hull City Council is planning to expand its household waste recycling programme, and is seeking suitable sites for recycling centres.
Hull City Council is linking up with West Hull and Eastern Hull Primary Care Trusts to launch a £30m long-term programme of improvements to community health services, including the refurbishment of doctors' surgeries across the city.
Hull City Council and the University of Hull have announced plans to build a £7.5m local history centre at Mason Street, to provide greater access to public records.
Hull City Council has approved plans from Dransfield Properties for a £20m retail scheme on Holderness Road, anchored by a Big W store.
Hull City Council is planning to develop two new household waste recycling plants at a cost of £0.7m, and 20 potential sites are being considered.
Hull City Council has approved plans from Accor UK to build a 105-bedroom Ibis budget hotel on Osborne Street.
Hull City Council has agreed plans from the University of Lincolnshire and Humberside for the development of a new £48m campus on a nine-acre site at Island Wharf.