A unique £20m repositioning project has delivered the UK's first full price/outlet hybrid scheme at Princes Quay in Hull.

Large scale remodelling work at this iconic scheme has already delivered a 24 store outlet mall which opened on level three of the centre in June 2017. In addition Princes Quay has benefited from new lighting, extensive redecoration, seating areas, new mall finishes, atrium flooring and a giant screen and sound system.

Further developments are currently underway with a new external signage package and in September 2018 a new pedestrian entrance was opened up to capitalise on the proximity of the new 3,500 seater Bonus Arena - a £36m state of the art event and entertainment complex which now stages major concerts, gigs, events and ehibitions each week.

Hull City Council has also been investing in the area immediately surrounding Princes Quay with £50m being spent on public realm works and improving Queen Victoria Square to further enhance the positioning of Princes Quay at the heart of a leisure and F&B hub within the city. In October 2018 work commenced on the long awated pedestrian footbridge linking Princes Quay with the Marina and other attractions on the other side of the A63.

Please click here to view the Princes Quay consumer website.

About Hull

2017 UK City of Culture

A total of £32m is being spent on delivering a 365 day programme of cultural celebration and Hull 2017 is the next major event in the nation’s cultural calendar with an anticipated 1 million extra visitors expected into the city.

Queen Victoria Square & Public Realm Works

Hull City Council are investing £75m in new projects including public realm works which are currently underway throughout the City. The illustration shows Queen Victoria Square directly opposite the main entrance to Princes Quay Shopping Centre.

Hull Venue

To celebrate the year of Culture Hull City Council are building Hull Venue which will include a 3,500 person arena and other conference facilities.

The Venue is being developed immediately next door to Princes Quay, which will have direct access for pedestrians from the arena to the Harbour Deck of the Shopping Centre.