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Hull local development framework
Newington and St Andrews area action plan
Riverside area
Renewals Team
Extra Care PFI project

Newington and St Andrew’s (NaSA) regeneration

Hawthorn Avenue regeneration programme

In spring 2011, we, in partnership with Keepmoat Homes, made a successful bid to the Government’s Regional Growth Fund. This has enabled us to continue with the acquisition programme on Hawthorn Avenue and for Keepmoat to continue the redevelopment of the area.

The acquisition and demolition programme is a phased three year programme (2012-2015) in the following areas -

  • Phase 7 – Clyde Street (odds) and terraces off
  • Phase 8 – Seymour Street and terraces off
  • Phase 9 – Pretoria Street and terraces off

New Housing

Woodcock Street

106 new homes were built at St Andrew’s Square, Woodcock Street provided a mixture of homes for sale and social rent through Places for People. The £12 million scheme is part of the council’s plans in partnership with Keepmoat homes to regenerate the area.

A further 49 new homes on Woodcock Street have been built on land bordered by Hawthorn Avenue and Westbourne Street.

Amy Johnson

148 homes have been completed in phase one. Work is underway to build 491 new homes at Amy Johnson, as phase two on Hawthorn Avenue offering a mixture of homes for sale and social rent through Places for People.

Find out more about the new homes (link opens in a new window)

Amy Johnson kitchen example Amy Johnson living room example

Riley College site

348 new homes are being built at the site of the former Riley College between Alliance Avenue and Roslyn Road. They are expected to be completed by March 2018.

Find out more about the new homes (link opens in a new window)


Riley College site Riley College kitchen

Hawthorn Avenue East

Plans to build 277 new homes on Hawthorn East are being developed.

Building the first of these 86 homes (40 two bedroom bungalows for Pickering and Ferens and 46 houses for Places for People) starts in July 2016. These will wrap around the Extra Care Development.

These new homes will have a range of environmentally friendly features designed to cut fuel bills and reduce pollution, including energy efficient boilers, cavity, loft and under floor insulation, and low energy lighting. All of the properties will be built using sustainable timber and will meet the EcoHomes rating of 'very good'.

Residents affected by the Hawthorn Avenue regeneration programme will be given first priority for new homes. 

Contact the renewals Team If you would like to express an interest in the new homes

More information on the allocation process for new homes if you are affected by regeneration

Extra Care housing: An £84 million project to build extra care facilities in the city includes 60 apartments Between Greek Street and Rhodes Street.

Find out more about extra care housing

Improvement works

Works to improve the exteriors and frontages of properties on White Street and the frontage of Hawthorn Avenue have been completed.

Empty homes and energy efficiency improvement work has been completed in the Boulevard and Wellsted Street areas.

Improvements for home owners

Advice is available on energy improvement grants and a free thermal efficiency assessment is also available.

Learn about the grants that may be available to you at Hull Warm Zone

Private housing can provide information on grants and loans that may help you make improvements to your property.

Find further information about loans and grants to improve your property

Before and after

The images below provide you with an insight into how areas within the city are being transformed as part of the regeneration programme -

Airlie Street before and after the improvements

An example of how Airlie Street looked before the improvements started

 How Airlie Street looks following the improvements 

Cuthbert Avenue before and after the improvements

Cuthbert Avenue, Hull after the improvements to the area A different view of Cuthbert Avenue after improvements were made

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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