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Plans have been lodged for the latest phase of redevelopment of Hull’s Fruit Market, including a new head office for safety specialist Arco.
Wykeland Beal, the joint venture company working with Hull City Council to rejuvenate the Fruit Market, has submitted a planning application for the £22m phase.
The centrepiece will be a 55,000 sq ft headquarters office for Arco, one of Hull’s largest private companies. The development will also include a 350-space multi-storey car park, a further 28 residential units and some small retail/leisure units fronting Queen Street and Humber Street.
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