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Crawley Borough Council has handed over the keys to its 350th council home in Forge Wood as part of its ongoing commitment to providing new homes for Crawley residents. The 350th council home is one of 15 flats located in Newell House and forms part of Phase 2C of Forge Wood, being developed by Persimmon Homes…

Updated: 06 December 2022


Crawley Borough Council is urging people to buy local this Christmas to ‘keep it in Crawley’ – and has a parking offer to help. Spending money in Crawley instead of online or out of town helps the local economy and keeps the town centre and neighbourhood parades vibrant. Keeping it local also helps to create and…

Updated: 01 December 2022


The new Crawley Innovation Centre has been granted planning permission and will bring a much-needed economic, innovation and technological boost to the town. The exciting plans – a major priority in Crawley’s Economic Recovery Plan 2022-2037 – were agreed by the Planning Committee at Crawley Borough Council on 1…

Updated: 29 November 2022


Crawley Borough Council is transforming the Millpond site into a high-quality unsupervised play area and wants to hear your views. The proposed plan will significantly expand the play provision, create a memorable play experience and restore the site to a sustainable condition. The council is continuing to work…

Updated: 25 November 2022


Several community centres will be open as ‘Winter Warmers’ from next week to help residents who cannot afford to heat their homes or are just looking at ways to reduce their bills. The council’s Cabinet agreed to set up six Winter Warmers – in community centres in Bewbush, Broadfield, Furnace Green, Ifield West,…

Updated: 24 November 2022


Letters expressing Crawley Borough Council’s deep concern at Center Parcs’ proposed holiday village on the edge of the town have been sent to the company and Mid Sussex District Council, who will be making any planning decisions. The cross-party letters to the Chief Executive Officer of Center Parcs and Councillor…

Updated: 16 November 2022


The leaders of Crawley Borough Council and West Sussex County Council have written to the government to warn of an imminent funding crisis caused by its decision to grant British citizenship to people of Chagossian descent. Both councils are pleased for Chagossians that this policy will go some way towards…

Updated: 15 November 2022


Crawley Borough Council has agreed to continue providing significant funding towards Citizens Advice West Sussex (CAWS) services in Crawley over the next six years. This approval follows a successful bid by CAWS to a funding partnership (on behalf of West Sussex County Council together with the local District and…

Updated: 14 November 2022


Several community centres could be opened as ‘Winter Warmers’ to help residents who cannot afford to heat their homes or are just looking at ways to reduce their bills. The council’s Cabinet will discuss the setting up of six Winter Warmers – in community centres in Bewbush, Broadfield, Furnace Green, Ifield West,…

Updated: 11 November 2022


The cost of living crisis means that it’s more important than ever that employers pay the Living Wage, says Crawley Borough Council. The council is marking Living Wage Week by highlighting the importance of paying staff at least the national Living Wage of £10.90 per hour, an independently calculated rate of pay…

Updated: 11 November 2022