Horizon Heights Nominated Winner of RIC Social Impact Awards for the North West Region

Horizon Heights Nominated Winner of RICS Social Impact Awards for the North West Region

Skelhorne Street, now known as Horizon Heights, has been nominated winner of the RICS Social Impact Awards for the North West region for student accommodation recently.

Horizon Heights Award Winning Building

Positioned by Liverpool Lime Street train station, the £55m new-build student accommodation comprises of 1,085 bedrooms across two tower blocks of 21 and 19 storeys. The units are a mixture of cluster and studio flats with communal areas and ground floor retail space.

Horizon Heights Rainscreen Cladding Design

4500m2 of Optima FCTFCIPC & Feature Fabrications in Aluminium Axalta PPC  was used in the completion of the project.

The project has been also awarded BREEAM Excellent rating for its sustainable building design, development and management and is shortlisted for ‘Best Tall Building Awards’ in the ‘Best Tall Building Architect’.

We are so thrilled the project has won the award. Well done to all involved.

 

Project Details:

 

Project name: Horizon Heights, Student Accommodation

Location: Liverpool Lime Street

Sector: Student Accommodation

Installer: Walsin

Main Contractor: McAleer & Rushe

Architect: Falconer Chester Hall