Hull Employment Tribunal

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Hull Employment Tribunal
Wilberforce Court
Alfred Gelder Street
Hull
HU1 1YJ

DX: 742940 Leeds 75

Email: leedset@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk
Telephone: 0113 245 9741
Fax: 01264 785 136


SOLICITORS HELPLINE: ☎ 0345 515 0362






Hull Information

Hull has an official designation of Kingston upon Hull, an urban and unitary government situated in the East Riding of Yorkshire along the Hull River. Hull has over 250,000 inhabitants.

The city was exceptional in the United Kingdom for the municipally possessing its own telephone system dating back to 1902 which sported cream coloured telephone boxes. Hull is now at the forefront of the telecommunications industry in UK.

Hull became a county borough following the Local Government Act 1888. Under the Local Government Act 1972 the city became a non-metropolitan area of the newly formed shire county of Humberside which was eventually brought to an end and Hull was made a unitary authority area.

Hull suffered massive destruction in the course of WWII and has since been seen as an area of social deprivation. From the start of the 1900s, a boom on spending took place which saw a larger amount of new spending on retail, housing, public services and commercial construction.

Tourist attractions comprise historical Old Town & Museum Quarter, The Deep Aquarium and Hull Marina. The renovation of Ferensway, one of the main roads, resulted in additions of the Hull Truck Theatre and St. Stephen's shopping centre.

Rugby Super League and top flight football are some of the spectator sports in Hull. The KC Stadium houses the Hull City FC (football) and Hull FC (rugby) and Craven Park houses Hull Kingston Rovers (rugby). Hull is also home to the English Premier Ice Hockey League team Hull Pirates. Hull was voted the 2017 United Kingdom City of Culture.