Share in the excitement of this great city's renaissance
A MAJOR exhibition to promote and celebrate the renewal of many of Hull's public buildings and services has opened at the Hull History Centre.
The touring exhibition What's Happening In Hull has been brought together by Hull Civic Society in conjunction with eight major partners who, between them, are revitalising Hull's schools, health centres, housing, higher education, the economy and the public realm.
And a great deal really is happening, right across the city.
A major renaissance is under way to replace many of our public buildings and a transformation in the services they provide, on a scale not seen in the past 50 years – a veritable revolution!
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While many of the new buildings and services receive good coverage in the media when they are initially unveiled, it is not easy to get an impression of the sheer scale of the investments being made and planned and what is being achieved.
What's Happening In Hull aims to present the full picture in one mobile exhibition.
The exhibition consists of more than 20 large display panels, with four video screens depicting progress in all areas of the city.
The revitalised infrastructure is the result of many teams of craftsmen, designers, project managers, suppliers and the city council, all working together to push forward the quality of life, economy, and the appearance of our city – its image and attractiveness to visitors and investors.
The partners include associated British Ports, Building Schools for the Future – Esteem and Balfour Beatty, City Care, Hull City Council, Hull College Group, the University of Hull and Hull Civic Society.
The exhibition will be at the Hull History Centre until mid-February and then we hope that as it tours around venues across the city, as many people as possible will be able to view the exhibition and share with us the pride and excitement in the development of our great city.