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Housing strategy and renewal

The housing strategy and renewals team is responsible for -

  • the housing and neighbourhood renewals strategy and research to inform this
  • securing, managing and maintaining the funding, partnerships and delivery mechanisms which are critical to generating investment in homes and creating successful and sustainable neighbourhoods
  • area action plans
  • neighbourhood renewal
  • delivering projects to deal with low demand, low value and unsustainable housing stock
  • delivering projects designed to improve the energy efficiency of the housing stock
  • engaging communities, partners and stakeholders, taking account of their views
  • providing information, advice and support for residents directly affected by the plans (such as by acquisition, demolition or refurbishment) through a regeneration team

The Housing Strategy has six priority renewal areas and the team are working on several programmes across the city including these -

  • Newington and St Andrew’s
  • Preston Road
  • Ings
  • New Bridge Road
  • North Bransholme
  • Orchard Park

For information on the current programmes access the links on the left.

Information and support for those homeowners, landlords and tenants affected by regeneration 

Contact us

Housing strategy and renewal team
Hull City Council
2nd Floor
Warehouse 9
Guildhall Road

Tel: 01482 300 300
Text phone: 01482 300 349

For strategy issues, please email

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