Hull - city of science and culture
Hull Minster - one of Hull's fine historic buildings.
This week Future Cities Forum spoke to Hull City Council's Director of Economic Development and Regeneration, Mark Jones, about developments across the Northern seaport city post Covid-19.
Hull has important historic buildings to draw on as cultural attractions, including an 18th century theatre and the gothic minster - which is the largest Anglican church in England. These are central to its development plan as is a strong retail district, but the city is also looking to science and healthcare R&D as well as digital industries to put the future on a strong footing.
Mark described how important post the Corona virus it is to keep regeneration going: