Designs for the regeneration of the UK’s Hull’s Western Docklands have been approved by the city council.
These plans include a new cruise terminal at Albert and William Wright Dock, as well as housing.
Councillor Paul Drake-Davis, regeneration portfolio holder, said the Western Docklands regeneration would herald “a new chapter for this part of the city.”
The approved plans set out how regeneration could look in each part of the area between Hessle Road and Albert Dock.
Developments would be designed with climate change protection in mind.
More pedestrian and cycling routes are also proposed but most land in the area would remain for employment use.