We’re incredibly proud to announce that Canterbury Hall, our luxury student living development in Preston, has been shortlisted as a finalist in multiple categories at two of the property industry’s most prestigious awards events.
The £15m project, which includes 191 spacious apartments and features a cinema room, gymnasium, and roof terrace, was built by Warden Construction and designed by David Cox Architects.
It has been nominated for Best High-Volume Housing Development, Best Inclusive Building, Best Educational Building and Best Large Commercial Project at the LABC Building Excellence Awards 2019.
The development is also a finalist in the ‘Design Through Innovation’ category at the at the RICS Awards 2019.
Our managing director Mark Robinson comments: “We’re absolutely thrilled our Canterbury Hall development has been recognised in this way.
“This scheme was always about offering something different within the student accommodation sector in Preston – providing not just a place to live, but an inspiring environment that allows students to thrive.
“More than anything these nominations show the quality and craftsmanship that’s gone into creating this sustainable, high-performing building. It’s a credit to our construction partner, architect and wider professional team of consultants for delivering such an outstanding project.”
The LABC Regional Building Excellence Awards reward building projects that can demonstrate a high level of compliance with building regulations, technical innovation and sustainability. The awards evening takes place on Friday, April 26 at Emirates Old Trafford.
The RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) Awards showcase the most inspirational initiatives and developments in the property sector and celebrate the successes of RICS professionals and their impact on local communities. The awards take place on Friday, May 10 at the Principal Hotel, Manchester.