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Crawley Borough Council has appointed a new Head of Community Services. Georgina Bouette will take on the role from 20 March following a rigorous selection process, which included tests, a presentation and panel interviews with officers and councillors. Georgina will be responsible for delivering highly…

Updated: 01 February 2023


Crawley Borough Council is supporting more than 1,000 students from five Crawley schools as part of Love Local Jobs’ Dare to Dream programme. Dare to Dream is an inspirational programme created by the LoveLocalJobs Foundation Community Interest Company (CIC), which aims to support the self-awareness, resilience,…

Updated: 01 February 2023


Local cyclists were given the opportunity to safeguard their bikes and get general bike security advice last Saturday in Crawley at a successful bike marking event funded by the Safer Crawley Partnership, Sussex Police, Crawley Town Centre BID and, Crawley and Gatwick Business Watch. Sussex Police were in Memorial…

Updated: 31 January 2023


Crawley Borough Council’s proposed 2023/24 budget is set to be debated by the Cabinet on Wednesday 1 February, with a recommendation made to Full Council on 22 February. Despite challenging financial conditions, the budget protects frontline services, invests in the council’s assets, helps alleviate water…

Updated: 26 January 2023


Crawley Borough Council is encouraging local businesses based in Crawley that operate in the green-tech or low-carbon sectors to apply for Green-Tech Business Growth Fund (GBGF) grants, as a result of £1 million of government funding secured from the Towns Fund. Start-up businesses based in Crawley that operate in…

Updated: 25 January 2023


We have been working on a project to put in place a new housing management system, a system holding all the information we have about your tenancy and property, including information about your rent account and repairs. We are now ready to get it up and running. To do this there needs to be a period of down time,…

Updated: 24 January 2023


A Langley Green man has been fined £120 after dumping rubbish near to where he lived. Several black sacks containing household waste were dumped outside the residents’ wheelie bins in Langley Place, behind the Co-Op on Langley Green Parade. Bins at shops and flats are there for the sole use of residents and tenants…

Updated: 17 January 2023


Crawley Borough Council and the Affordable Housing and Healthcare Group (AHH) are working in partnership on a scheme to deliver more than 300 new affordable homes, as part of a £100m town centre regeneration project.  AHH will develop a mix of one, two, and three-bedroom apartments on the site at Telford Place…

Updated: 06 January 2023


Work starts next week on major improvements to tennis courts in Maidenbower, Southgate and West Green. The nine courts – four in West Green Park, three in Maidenbower Park and two in Southgate Park – will be refurbished and upgraded over the next few months, before the tennis season gets into full swing. …

Updated: 05 January 2023


Seven Towns Fund projects worth £12.6m that will boost Crawley’s economy have been approved by the government. In September 2021, the government gave the Crawley Town Deal Board the go-ahead to fully develop 10 project business cases in detail to receive the money from the Towns Fund between 2021/22 and 2025/26. …

Updated: 04 January 2023