A Hull campaigner's reassured the city's fishing heritage will be protected, after councillors voted to save the Lord Line building from demolition.
Natalie Taylor is part of the St Andrew's Regeneration and Development Group which looks to ensure the dock and it's listed buildings are sustainable in the long-term.
She explains the importance of yesterday's decision:
"I come from a strong fishing family, six uncles that went to see. The Lordline and the pump house are the last iconic buildings of what was a massive industry for the city."