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However, the wider plans for Quay West are currently on hold due to current economic conditions, but developers have stated that the plans will go ahead when the situation improves.Vue Cinema Conversion of top deck of Princes Quay shopping centre. - The new 23-storey development on the Rank Hovis site will include apartments, a 77-bed hotel, restaurants, a medical centre, a convenience store and student accommodation.That hollybrook scheme for the 18 storey tower recieved planning permission ages ago (nearly two years now I think), but there is still no sign of any construction, I wonder why they're taking so long?sorry lego..., but unfortunately what i said is true in the article.
A full refurbishment of the harbour deck of the centre, including new quayside dining is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2009.It includes new grade seperated junctions to improve traffic from the port, and a wide landscaped pedestrian concourse to reunite the city centre core with the Humber waterfront and Marina: 2. I do like the plaza and street furniture in front of it on ferensway, and the wavey glass canopy along the covered street though.Does anyone have any info on the Albemarle Music Centre building going up adjacent to this on Ferensway? Proposed residential block (On the right) on Humber Quays next to Island Wharf and Magnetic to be developed by Nikal and designed by Shepherd Epstein Hunter Like this though...reminiscent of Sheffield Winter Gardens? Location is great as well (Behind Hull New Theatre and opposite the School of Architecture on George Street, should be good seeing canopy peeping round the corner from Georgian terrace on Kingston Square) Hull History Centre by Pringle Richards Sharratt lego..., but unfortunately what i said is true in the article.The open-air scheme will reinstate streets and squares that existed in the area prior to the Second World War and will provide a substantial mix of uses.In addition to two new department stores, there will also be approximately 60 new stores; a new 140-room 4-star star hotel; ancillary offices and flats.
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People who have never been to the city from elsewhere might believe that hull has nothing to offer and has no future, but from what I know about it's history, character and cultural heritage as a truly great British working class maritime city I happen to disagree. That hollybrook scheme for the 18 storey tower recieved planning permission ages ago (nearly two years now I think), but there is still no sign of any construction, I wonder why they're taking so long?