Working in Hull
Hull is the place to be right now, with the spotlight shining on us as the 2017 City of Culture. The doors have been thrown wide open and the world has been invited to see what we, as a city, have to offer as we deliver 365 days of arts and culture.
An amazing range of events alongside major regeneration plans showcase Hull's character and history, revealing a dynamic and world class mixed use business district, complete with cafes and exhibition space that further enhance the city as a visitor destination.
There has already been huge investment in Hull as a place of business and as a cultural capital of the North and we have seen the benefits and positive effects from the redevelopment of Freedom Quays, the revitalised marina area and city centre public realm, the Fruit Market transformation and much more have all made a huge difference to the city. Major events including the Freedom Festival, Humber Street Sesh, In With A Bang and the Sea of Hull have placed the city on the global map.
And the best part…. all of this is happening right now, and it could be on your doorstep!
At The Deep we are passionate about Hull & East Yorkshire and the fabulous places to visit within the region. With beautiful historical buildings, lively entertainment, bustling shops and lively bars and restaurants, Yorkshire’s only waterfront city is a hidden treasure.
The Deep is located close to the Old Town, where you’ll find the Museums Quarter with 7 free museums to enjoy. There are lots of tempting historic pubs such as Ye Olde White Harte where allegedly the plotting for the Civil War took place or you can take a wander along the marina enjoying the peaceful sound of the boat masts swaying in the wind. Don’t forget to stop off at the retro Fruit Market area, home to the UK’s only museum of Club Culture, Hull’s Dinostar exhibition and many more quirky venues.
As a key Hull Bondholder Scheme member and 2017 City of Culture Bid Angel, The Deep and The Business Centre have been instrumental in pushing these projects forward and will continue to play a vital role in developing the city.