Alan Boyson fish mural can be retained and integrated into Albion Square development

Alan Boyson’s fish mural will be removed before demolition of the Albion Square site and integrated into the new £120m development. The mural is currently located on one of the upper floors of the former Co-Op Building. Its safe removal is possible because the mural...

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Hull City Council: Council “desperately disappointed” that asbestos survey rules out retention of Three Ships mural as part of £120m Albion Square Development…

Hull City Council “desperately disappointed” that asbestos survey rules out retention of Three Ships mural as part of £120m Albion Square Development Hull City Council will work with artists to re-create Alan Boyson’s iconic design within new development The Three...

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