Trinity Market early works agreement
Hull City Council has today published a decision record entering into a second early works agreement with Hull Esteem Consortium LEP Limited for the redevelopment on Trinity Indoor Market.
As the market is a listed building, the design and planning process is incredibly complex and therefore plans can take longer to be agreed and signed off. This agreement will ensure the work to the centre will remain on track whilst financial close is reached with the contractor.
Work has already started as food hall stallholders have moved into the mall to clear the area for a complete overhaul. Other works will include the conversion of the old Rumours nightclub into a restaurant space, upgrade of the existing toilets, installations of new floors, roof and lights and improved stalls and layouts.
These further early works will commence this week and include the strip out of the food hall and the installation of hoarding and roof walkways.
Food hall stallholders are expected to be back in the hall in the spring with the total project complete by October 2017.