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The City of Hull is a unitary authority which covers the city centre of Kingston upon Hull and its adjoining suburban districts but does not include satellite towns.

The district stretches across an area which is around 7.5 miles west to east and around 6 miles north to south, a relatively small area compared with other district authorities in Yorkshire.

The population of the area is 267,100, marginally more than the Rotherham metropolitan district of South Yorkshire, but less than the large Doncaster metropolitan district. At the time of the 2021 census Hull had the eighth largest district population in Yorkshire. It is now ninth across Yorkshire after the merger of all the North Yorkshire authorities in 2023.

The Hull unitary authority has a boundary only with the East Riding of Yorkshire unitary authority area. To the south is the Humber estuary, across which is the North Lincolnshire unitary authority.

Places in the Hull unitary authority area are:
Hull see  Kingston upon Hull
 Kingston upon Hull

We continue to add more villages to our A to Y gazetteer and the above may not yet list all places in Hull unitary authority area
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