Website rated as three star in Better Connected 2011 report
This website has been rated as being 'three star' by Socitm (Society of Information Technology Management), which is the professional association for public sector information technology in the UK.
Hull City Council is now in the top 31 per cent of local authority websites across the country when it comes to usefulness and usability. It is one of 131 out of 433 councils assessed to achieve a three-star rating.
Visit Socitm’s website for more information about Better Connected 2011 (link opens in a new window)
The Communications and Marketing team has made the shortlist for Best Event for their Improving Lives Awards event. The council team has been shortlisted in the CIPR Yorkshire and Lincolnshire Pride Awards.
Shortlisted in the CIPR Yorkshire and Lincolnshire Pride Awards 2010
The Improving Lives Awards recognised the success of staff from across the council.
Hull was shortlisted for the award due to two projects in the Contribution to Skills or Workforce Development category.
Shortlisted for Making a Difference Award 2010 at the Local Government Yorkshire and Humber Making a Difference Awards
These are for the Aiming High Inclusive scheme and the Building Opportunity in Hull scheme.
We have been chosen as the country’s most improved council in the country by judges in the Local Government Chronicle (LGC) awards. The awards recognise achievements and the best in local government.
Winner of the Local Government Chronicle (LGC) Most Improved Council Award 2010
A judging panel, made up of chief executives from other English councils, travelled to five short listed councils, including Hull, in January.
They met with the council’s leader and chief executive to find out about how the council had improved key services and residents’ satisfaction levels.
The judges were impressed by the work done to help the city thrive economically and to help its people achieve their potential, improving health and making Hull a safer city.
Some of our achievements include -
- major reductions in the level of crime and fear of crime, now below the national average
- reductions in litter, fly posting and graffiti
- innovative improvements in social care for older people to help them live independently in their own homes
- improvements in educational attainment, including the city’s best GCSE results, and plans to continue improvement through Hull Challenge
- dramatic improvements in recycling rates
- helping residents and businesses through the economic downturn
- improvements in residents satisfaction levels outlined in the Place Survey and through the council’s people’s panel
- efficiency savings
- regional and national recognition for the council, including more than 40 awards and commendations
More information about our award winning services