Hull City Council's Labour bosses are putting the future of The Deep at risk by planning to demolish The Deep's business centre - which provides the popular attraction with up to a quarter of its income.
The Deep has warned that if the Council doesn't change its plans then their charity funding and long-term future will be at risk. They have already lost over £100,000 because of the Council. But Hull's Labour bosses are refusing to listen.
Don't just take our word for it, read what The Deep has to say in the Hull Daily Mail: "The Deep says Hull's £50m cruise terminal plans threaten its future"
The Deep is Hull's top visitor attraction, bringing in over 350,000 extra visitors to the city every year. The Lib Dems are calling on the Council to re-think their plans – so that The Deep can continue to be a huge success for Hull. You can read about the issue in more detail here.
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"We call on Hull City Council to stop putting The Deep's future at risk. The Deep is a hugely popular attraction for families across Hull and beyond. The Council's plans to demolish facilities at The Deep are reckless - and threaten the future of this important landmark - that has been such a good news story for Hull."