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Phase one of Crawley’s first District Heat Network (DHN) has been completed. The DHN, which is owned by Crawley Borough Council and operated by Pinnacle Power, comprises a flue, energy centre with combined heat and power (CHP) plant and a control room on the Town Hall redevelopment site. It supplies heat and hot…

Updated: 21 March 2023


Eighteen not-for-profit organisations have been awarded new grants totalling more than £250,000 from Crawley Borough Council. A range of community grants have been awarded for new and existing activity that will benefit Crawley residents and visitors. These grants include £67,919 for Crawley Open House Resource…

Updated: 20 March 2023


An art exhibition and immersive theatre performance will be the first events of the town centre Cultural Quarter pop-up programme. The programme will support local artists and aims to increase footfall, test out and unlock new spaces including vacant and underused locations and deliver activities for a vibrant town…

Updated: 15 March 2023


Crawley Borough Council has changed its Tenancy Policy to provide more long-term security to tenants. The council’s Cabinet agreed to phase out flexible tenancies at its meeting on Wednesday (8 March). Flexible tenancies are secure tenancies offered for a fixed term. Since April 2013 the council has offered five…

Updated: 10 March 2023


Major plans to improve the area around Three Bridges Station were approved by Crawley Borough Council’s Planning Committee on Tuesday (7 March). The council, working with Govia Thameslink Railway, Network Rail and West Sussex County Council, will redevelop the station forecourt, create a new entrance to the station…

Updated: 10 March 2023


A resident has been fined £153 plus costs after pleading guilty to littering and failing to supply details to Community Wardens. Everton Miller, of Broadfield, Crawley, pleaded guilty by post to two offences under the Environmental Protection Act 1990. The first offence was for littering, where he dropped chewing…

Updated: 09 March 2023


Crawley Wellbeing’s new mobile unit is revving up to support the health and wellbeing of people who live and work in the town. Crawley Wellbeing, based at K2 Crawley, offers a free, friendly and impartial service to support people to make positive improvements to their physical and emotional health and wellbeing. …

Updated: 03 March 2023


Crawley Borough Council is currently working in partnership with Cenergist to roll out a programme to improve the water efficiency of its existing housing stock across the borough, with occupants expected to benefit from reduced water and energy consumption. The council has pioneered this strategy of retrofitting…

Updated: 03 March 2023


Get your free ticket to this year’s Crawley Question Time! The event is back for another year, giving you an opportunity to ask questions about topics important to you. The independently-chaired general debate and discussion takes place from 7pm to 9pm on Wednesday 15 March in the new Town Hall. There are no…

Updated: 03 March 2023


The Town Centre Cultural Quarter has received a boost with the appointment of a producer who will deliver a series of cultural events and activities from early summer 2023 to March 2025. Paul Ackerley, Creative Director of Creative Across Sussex, has been appointed to produce the first stage of the Cultural Quarter…

Updated: 01 March 2023