Wykeland is delighted to be a Patron of the Hull Minster Sistine Chapel exhibition.
Our support for this superb exhibition reflects our commitment to the regeneration of Hull and our recognition of the vital role culture and the arts have played in moving the city forward so positively.
We have supported the transformation of Hull Minster for many years and we’re excited that this great work has now enabled the church to host such a world-class attraction. We’re also passionate about enabling schools and community groups to engage with the arts and we will be promoting that objective through this partnership.
Wykeland Group has set the standard for regeneration for more than 50 years, creating a legacy of renewal, jobs and prosperity. Our brand statement “Regeneration for the next generation” reflects our long-term view and commitment to sustainable, environment-friendly development.
We are a leading developer in Yorkshire and the Humber and have the region’s long-term economic growth at the core of our business.
We are based in the historic Fruit Market on Hull’s waterfront from where, with partners, we are driving forward the city’s biggest urban regeneration project. The £80m transformation of the Fruit Market involves an ongoing wave of investment in creative businesses, restaurants, bars, galleries and shops, as well as a new residential neigbourhood, creating one of the most vibrant and fastest-growing communities in the North.
As a Major Partner of Hull UK City of Culture 2017, we created Stage @TheDock within Hull’s former Central Dry Dock as the city’s only new permanent venue for Hull’s year as the nation’s capital of culture. Our commitment to culture and the arts also includes long-standing sponsorship of Hull’s Freedom Festival.
We believe physical, social and cultural regeneration are inextricably linked and work with partners and local people to ensure our developments and investments deliver enduring community benefits.