Hull College Buildings

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Hull College Buildings

In June 2009, plans for an expansive £80 million rebuild of the college buildings were halted by the British Government. The Queen’s Gardens site was one of a number of colleges expected to be given the go-ahead for building projects under the Building Schools for the Future programme. Plans included the demolition of the main tower block and the provision of modern facilities that would house workshops, laboratories, kitchens, salons and a sports centre. The whole programme would eventually be terminated in July 2010.

Hull College is located at the heart of the city centre and is very easy to get to using public transport.

Directions by car fromBeverley Road and Spring Bank

Takes: 2 minutes

1  Access Freetown Way A165

2  Head east on Freetown Way A165

3  Turn right at Charlotte Street

4  Arrive at Hull College Carpark

Directions by foot from theHull Interchange

Takes: 12 minutes

1  Leave the Interchange via thefront entrance

2  Continue on to Jameson Street

3  Take a slight left on to George Street

4  Take a slight right and stay onGeorge Street

5  Turn right at Wilberforce Drive

6  Arrive at Hull College

Directions from M62

Takes: 25 minutes

1  Remain on the Eastbound M62 to its conclusion at Junction 38 and continue on to the A63 dual carriageway

2  Remain on the A63 for 15.9 miles passing under the Humber Bridge

3  Continue on to Castle Street

4  Turn left on to Market Place

5  Continue on to Lowgate andWilberforce Drive

6  The College is located on the right

Directions fromBeverley

Takes: 25 minutes

1  Join the A1174 and thenthe A1079 for Hull

2  Continue to the junction withthe Freetown Way A165

3  Turn left on to Freetown Way A165

4  Turn right at Charlotte Street

5  Arrive at Hull College

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