Pritti Mistry meets business owners based in Hull and asks whether the city can sustain a legacy of economic regeneration into 2018.

Hull is a city out on a limb, sandwiched between the end of a motorway and the North Sea. Until this year it was not generally thought of as a beacon of the arts, or as a tourist destination.
Flick through the pages of the Lonely Planet's 2003 edition guidebook on Great Britain and you will find descriptions such as "a gruff no-nonsense feel" and "lacking in overt charm"... Keep reading on BBC