Liverpool Sefton Health Partnership (LSHP) has won a prestigious award for their work on Walton’s new mental health hospital Clock View.
The LSHP team were shortlisted for a total of eight awards at the North West Construction Awards and won Client of the Year for their work developing Merseycare’s Clock View hospital.
The North West Construction Awards were held in Manchester on the 14th June and celebrate the region’s most innovative construction projects.
Clock View hospital is a revolution in the design of a mental health facility. Unlike older units using traditional buildings, the purpose built centre features single rooms with en-suite bathrooms, constructed to maximise natural light, with safe inner garden courtyards, activity and therapeutic areas.
Liverpool Sefton Health Partnership Limited (LSHP) co-ordinated the construction of the project on time and to schedule, in just over 22 months.
LSHP was first formed back in 2004 as part of the NHS Local Improvement Finance Trust (LIFT) to create innovative health and community facilities.
The LIFT Programme has resulted in more than £150m of investment in Merseyside in the last 10 years delivered by LSHP and partners.
The LSHP team collected their award at The Palace Hotel, Manchester where the ceremony was attended by over 400 guests.
Michael Webb, General Manager of LSHP said: “Clock View sets a new standard for mental health care in the UK and it’s brilliant to receive recognition for the work and effort that all the team and our partners have put into delivering what is outstanding new facility.”