The council will be installing 13 new street lights along the footpath that links Peterhouse Parade and Milton Mount Primary School with St Mary’s Drive and the residential areas to the south.
The path is a well-used route for residents as they access the local shops and Grattons Park, and for parents, guardians and pupils as they travel to school. The new lights will help to improve visibility along the path, particularly during winter months when the mornings and early evenings are darker.
To minimise disruption the council’s appointed contractor will be undertaking works to install the cabling and street lighting columns during the school summer holidays, with work scheduled to start on site during the week commencing 28 August. To protect tree roots, hand digging will be undertaken around the mature trees.
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Pound Hill is in the east of Crawley and is the largest of the 13 neighbourhoods. Due to its size, Pound Hill is split into two electoral wards - Pound Hill North and Pound Hill South.
A bus service links Pound Hill to the Manor Royal Industrial Estate and to Gatwick.
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The area was originally a hamlet in the parish of Worth but with the development of the new town, work began on building homes in the area in 1953. Pound Hill’s most famous resident was Robert Smith of the rock band The Cure.
As of the 2011 Census there were:
For more detailed information on Crawley's economy, health, ethnicity and population please visit our Census 2011 page.
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