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The Safer Crawley Partnership has installed its recently purchased mobile CCTV and ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) camera in Church Walk, Crawley. Church Walk is the first deployment of the camera. The dogleg in the footpath means that you can’t see from one end to the other. The presence of the camera…

Updated: 07 July 2022


More than 150 Crawley residents came face-to-face with businesses offering ‘earn while you learn’ opportunities at the Employ Crawley Apprenticeship Fair on Wednesday (29 June). The fair, held at Crawley Library, brought together a wide range of employers including Crawley College, Sussex Police, West Sussex County…

Updated: 30 June 2022


The areas in Tilgate Park where dog walkers will have to walk their pets on a lead will be agreed next month. The decision, which will be taken by Full Council at its meeting on Wednesday 20 July, relates to the creation of a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) under Section 67 of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime…

Updated: 27 June 2022


COVID-19 signage in the town centre and all neighbourhoods has been taken down by Crawley Borough Council. The signage, which was installed in June 2020 when non-essential retail opened after the first lockdown restrictions were lifted, included floor vinyls, lamppost wraps and metal signs. These signs – with…

Updated: 24 June 2022


Crawley Borough Council recently awarded £600 to local voluntary group Friends of Goffs Park for equipment to be used at its community picnic event on Sunday 3 July. The event will celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and the 75th anniversary of Crawley New Town. The award was part of Crawley Borough Council’s…

Updated: 24 June 2022


Crawley Borough Council has introduced new Article 4 Directions so homes can no longer without planning permission be converted to Houses of Multiple Occupation (HMOs). HMOs, which accommodate between three and six unrelated individuals, will now need planning permission in the following 10 locations: Aintree…

Updated: 17 June 2022


The Safer Crawley Partnership has awarded its funding for 2022/2023 to local community projects at its latest meeting. £30,000 has been awarded to Crawley Open House towards the cost of the day staff that provide support in areas related to housing, physical health, mental health, substance misuse and addition,…

Updated: 16 June 2022


National sports charity ‘Tennis for Free’ (TFF), with the support of the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), is serving up an ace for the local community, with the relaunch of free coach-led tennis sessions in Maidenbower Park, Crawley. In an exciting partnership with Crawley Borough Council and Serious about Sport, the…

Updated: 13 June 2022


Crawley Borough Council has now commenced works at the Millpond adventure playground to rejuvenate and improve the play area in preparation for this being redeveloped and reopened as an unsupervised play area.  These works are aligned to the inspection report undertaken which identified that many of the pieces…

Updated: 09 June 2022


A commemorative plaque has been unveiled at the ancient hawthorn tree in Tilgate, in recognition of it being dedicated to the Queen’s Green Canopy. The plaque was unveiled by Mayor of Crawley, Councillor Jilly Hart, accompanied by Councillor Michael Jones, Leader of the Council. The beautiful tree, located on…

Updated: 07 June 2022