Hull – The 2020s - A Decade of Opportunity – by Alex Codd

Alex Codd, the Assistant Director of Economic Development and Regeneration at Hull City Council, will outline the journey the city has been on so far this decade and where it is heading.

Starting with the role of the trading port and the implications of exiting the European Union. How Covid has reshaped the role of international trade and the importance of place.

He will outline some of the fantastic investment that has been secured into the city and
where the city’s future is heading. He will touch on the opportunity the city has with the Humber Freeport, the further investment from Siemens Gamesa and the importance of the family-owned businesses in Hull, focussing in particular on Reckitt’s, Arco’s and Smith & Nephew’s importance within the city and wider economy. 

He will conclude with a snapshot of the council’s plans for three key development sites within the city

„ When and where: Thursday, September
14, 3pm, at Wrecking Ball Arts, 15