Hull City Council has submitted a planning application for a new sculpture to be placed next to the Beverley Gate ruins.
The 10m sculpture has been called Shadow Gate and has been designed by architects Tonkin Liu and Arup who pioneered the 'shell laced structure."
The Beverley Gate site has a rich diversity of historical context, a place that once marked the city's edge and defiance against the King, a thriving port where 'ships up streets' were a common sight and a place of recognition for William Wilberforce by that of a 30m-high monument.
Shadow Gate will work as a tool for marking points in time, a device to highlight the important moments in Hull's history and future. The design learns from traditional sundials and applies the principles in an innovative way.
Revised plans to revamp the area were given the go ahead last month. Beverley gate has recently been designated a scheduled ancient monument and the proposals are waiting to be given the go ahead by the Culture Secretary John Whittingdale.
A 52-year-old man is due in court today in connection with three burglaries in Hull.
The police made the arrest following a CCTV appeal.
The 52-year-old is due before Hull and Holderness Magistrates Court charged with three counts of burglary.
Humberside Police are appealing for information after a man threatened a taxi driver with a knife.
The incident happened on Saturday 5th March on Ravendale Street South in Scunthorpe.
The taxi arrived to pick up the pre-booked fare near the flats when the suspect entered the car and pulled out a knife. He demanded cash from the driver but fled when told police were on their way.
The suspect is described as white, 5ft 10in tall, slim build, between 25 and 30 and clean shaven. He was wearing dark trousers, a beanie hat and a hooded top.
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Humberside Police have released CCTV images of a man they want to speak to in connection with an attempted robbery at a newsagents in Grimsby.
Police say the attempted robbery happened at a newsagent on Wednesday 2nd March on Lord Street in Grimsby.
The man threatened a female staff member with a knife but was chased out of the shop by the owner.
The suspect is described as white, around 5ft 8ins tall, medium to stocky build, in his mid to late 20s, with mousey brown hair and a short, scruffy beard.
Police are appealing for information after a cyclist witnessed car keys being stolen in Hull.
The incident happened on Wednesday 24th February at 1:15pm on Preston Road.
A silver VW Golf was parked unattended with the engine running on the driveway when the keys were stolen. The car was then stolen a couple of days later and found abandoned on Bude Road.
Police are keen to speak to a cyclist who was passing at the time the keys were stolen from the car.
Humberside Police are appealing for information following an attempted robbery of a newsagent in Grimsby.
The incident happened at 11:30am on Wednesday 3rd March on Lord Street in Grimsby.
The armed man threatened a female staff member with a knife but was chased out of the shop by the owner. A knife has been discovered from the scene.
The man is described as white, around 5ft 8in, medium build, mid to late 20's, brown hair and short scruffy beard. He worse a black hooded jacket, black jogging bottoms, black trainers and a scarf over his face.
Humberside Police have released two men who were arrested in connection with the murder of man in Hull.
The two men aged 30 and 38 were arrested on February 14th following the murder of 21-year-old Mateusz Szleper.
Police have now released the two men unconditionally and say they have been eliminated from any future enquiries.