Hurdsfield, Macclesfield

Find out about all the work that we are doing in Hurdsfield. It includes how we are making homes safe, supporting residents, listening to your views and tackling anti-social behaviour.

Your Neighbourhood Team for Hurdsfield

The Income Officer for Hurdsfield is Claire Waterhouse.

Who are the Income Team? 

Our team of five works with any customer who needs us. We help them to pay their rent and service charges and support them in maintaining their tenancy.

What do we do? 


  • help with benefit claims 
  • signpost customers to sources of help (eg food banks and financial support)
  • work with customers to develop and implement payment plans 
  • support previous tenants to clear their debts
  • visit our customers if necessary
  • link in with other community-based activities that provide a wide range of support.

Your Neighbourhood Officer in Hurdsfield is Jess Sharpley.

You can contact Jess at

What's happening in your area?

Harry Lawson Court coffee morning

Live in Harry Lawson Court? Join us in the communal lounge to meet your local Neighbourhood Officer. The first Thursday of every month from 11am.

Events and meetings

The Green in the Corner 

Cheshire East Council are seeking views on the effective use of the Green in the Corner. The library and café have been knocked through to facilitate larger groups and community events, such as the recent coronation party. 

Due to the increasing cost of utility bills and lack of demand they are using the building to host groups such as Age UK, an Arts and Craft group and Council Surgery breakfast. But, they want you to tell us how the community wants to use the Green.

Please complete the survey and make your opinion count: The Green in the Corner (
Estate Walkabouts

Earlier this year, our teams were out and about in your area to make sure everything is as it should be.

We'll be holding more Estate Walkabouts in your area soon. We will aim to identify health & safety issues through estate inspections, and scheme visits by our officers, but welcome you to contact us and report anything you see too.

Estate inspections

We'll be heading to Hurdsfield on Thursday 4th July 2024. Stop us and say hi!

Customer satisfaction

From April-June 2024, customers* living in Hurdsfield told us they were 83% satisfied with the overall service from us.

Find out how we are doing - from repairs performance and customer satisfaction to the impact we have on our communities and the work we do with partners here: Our Performance.

*35 customers completed the survey

Customers, homes and other properties

  • Average age of a Peaks & Plains customer is 55.

  • Average age of Peaks & Plains customers who live in Hurdsfield is 57.

In Hurdsfield, we have 602 homes. These are made up of:

  • 136 bungalows

  • 258 flats

  • 6 maisonettes

  • 202 houses

In the area we also have:

  • 92 garages

  • 1 office

  • shops

  • 41 inside shared spaces. 

    Did you know we’ll install smoke and/or heat detectors to current fire safety regulations in all shared spaces and service these in line with the British Standard?

We make sure our homes are well maintained and safe

We plan to invest £9,888,343 over the next 1 - 5 years in this area. 

  • Every year, we service 1254 gas appliances in the area.  

  • All gas heating systems including gas boilers, gas fires and other gas appliances that have been provided by us will be serviced annually. 

  • We’ll install and maintain carbon monoxide monitors in all homes with an open flue, solid fuel or where the boiler is in a bedroom/living area. 

  • All domestic and communal electrical wiring will be tested every 5 years.

  • We will carry out surveys and maintain an asbestos register which will record the presence of any asbestos in internal and communal areas. We will repeat this survey according to best practice guidelines. These guidelines differ depending upon the type, location and condition of any asbestos found.
  • See also: Safety at home 

Windows in all homes will be double glazed, and loft insulation will be improved as much as possible to help reduce your energy bills. Where appropriate we will also install alternative technology such as air source heat pumps or solar panels. 

We’ll respond to all requests for adaptations from occupational therapists and install level access showers as a replacement to baths in all older person accommodation. 

See also: Aids and adaptations

External painting and internal communal areas will be repainted every 7 years.

(Unless lease agreements specify earlier, or the condition of individual schemes requires a different timescale.)

The approach to replacing all major building components (such as windows, doors, kitchens and boilers) will depend on their current condition and whether they form part of our improvements programme of work. 

Stock condition surveys and individual inspections will take place to determine whether replacement is required. This will identify where a component needs to be replaced earlier than scheduled, or where replacement works can be rescheduled due to the component not needing to be replaced. 

Your voice in Hurdsfield

Rachel, Customer Voice Manager, meeting with our Challenge Group.

Rachel, Customer Voice Manager, meeting with our Challenge Group.

Meeting our involved residents

One member of our Challenge Group live in your neighbourhood.

We also have two members of the Grounds Maintenance Residents Group who live in this area too.

See how you can get involved to find out more about the Challenge Group and Grounds Maintenance Residents' Group.

Read more about what we've learnt from recent complaints

Local support and partners

What is happening in your area...

We believe everyone has the right to enjoy their home and live peacefully alongside their neighbours. To make sure this is possible each person must play their part.

During April - June 2024, 70% of 35 customers living in your area who responded to our survey said they were satisfied with our approach to ASB. 

In the last 12 months, we have dealt with and resolved 23 anti-social behaviour cases in the area. Here is a summary.

  • 4 neighbour disputes 

  • 9 noise-related

  • 1 vandalism

  • 3 threatening behaviour

  • verbal abuse

  • 1 harassment

  • 1 substance abuse

  • 3 Domestic Abuse cases

The Trust takes a multi-agency approach to dealing with ASB, there are a number of early interventions we can take such as referring cases for mediation, referring cases into complex case forums, using warnings and acceptable behaviour contracts and where necessary taking legal action such as a Civil Injunction or Possession Proceedings. We work closely with the Police and when required support them when they apply for a Closure Order against a property managed by the Trust. In most cases early interventions are successful and the Trust is able to resolve issues at the earliest opportunity.

Find out more about what we mean by 'anti-social behaviour' and how you can report it.

Related links from the Trust

Get involved in your community

We are looking for people in Hurdsfield to help us to shape and improve our services. Would you like to get involved?

Feedback on our Neighbourhood Plans

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