We're investing millions in the regeneration of Macclesfield town

We are excited to say that plans to invest millions at the former mill site at Park Green, Macclesfield are going really well.

This is a key part of our ongoing investment in the regeneration of the town.

We plan to build new homes on this derelict part of Macclesfield, but more than that we aspire to develop a new lifestyle experience that will breathe new life into this abandoned part of town.

The development is part of a broader programme of building; with plans to complete 156 homes this year across the following towns and villages in Cheshire East, Cheshire West and the High Peak.

  • Macclesfield
  • Congleton
  • Wrenbury
  • Nantwich
  • Knutsford
  • Prestbury
  • Bollington
  • High Legh
  • Moulton (Cheshire West)
  • Chapel-en-le-Frith (High Peak)

Find out how to apply for a new home today!

Our plans for the mill buildings on Park Green

Peaks & Plains Housing Trust has exchanged contracts on the mill buildings on Park Green and intend to build sixty-seven much-needed homes for Macclesfield.

The derelict buildings, which stand between Park Green itself, with its cenotaph, and Lower Bank Street and Waterside, used to be an imposing landmark for anyone approaching the town from the Silk Road.

The Trust has aspirations to transform this brownfield site and to continue to play a key part in the town’s regeneration.

These stylish new homes will be adjacent to Throwsters Court, for which Peaks & Plains won an award from the Macclesfield Civic Society in 2016.

Peaks & Plains Housing Trust is pleased to have worked again with the current land owners, PH Property Holdings, to bring this opportunity forward.

Margaret Goddard, Assistant Director Homes and Partnerships, Peaks and Plains Housing Trust explains,

By redeveloping the mill site we will not only be providing a range of high-quality new homes, but breathing life into a key location in Macclesfield town centre

Written by Rachel Marsland at 06:00

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