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With Ofgem’s announcement of a rise in the energy price cap from April 2022, Crawley residents are being encouraged to check if they are eligible to receive help to lower energy bills under the Green Homes Grant Local Authority Delivery scheme. Under the scheme, which is delivered by Warmworks on behalf of Crawley…

Updated: 25 February 2022


Crawley Borough Council wants to hear your views on introducing a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO), which would prohibit dog-related anti-social behaviour in Tilgate Park. The council intends to introduce the PSPO under Section 67 of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, prohibiting dog…

Updated: 25 February 2022


Crawley Borough Council has extended a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) prohibiting the anti-social use of vehicles.  The PSPO was introduced in 2019 because businesses and residents had been affected by vehicles gathering in large groups and drivers engaging in anti-social use of vehicles, particularly…

Updated: 25 February 2022


Crawley Borough Council is urging residents to sign up for Direct Debit to receive their £150 payment towards their energy bills as quickly as possible. Last week the government announced that a payment of £150 will be made in April to Council Tax paying residents in properties in bands A to D to help with…

Updated: 10 February 2022


A man who unlawfully felled two protected trees in Ifield was fined a total of £7,881 at Crawley Magistrates’ Court on Thursday (3 February). Damian Sawyer was prosecuted by Crawley Borough Council and pleaded guilty to felling a cherry tree and a yew tree contrary to a tree protection order. In 2015, Mr Sawyer…

Updated: 09 February 2022


Crawley Borough Councillors will be asked to agree an additional discretionary £150 Council Tax discount for vulnerable working age residents at the Full Council meeting on 23 February. Last year, the government provided councils with Council Tax Hardship Funding, which was intended to give each working age…

Updated: 08 February 2022


A rundown property which had become hazardous and a magnet for anti-social behaviour has been closed by Crawley Borough Council and Sussex Police. The privately rented house in West Green had no heating or hot water. It was the subject of an Emergency Prohibition Order under the Housing Act 2004 on 20 January due…

Updated: 08 February 2022


The new Crawley Innovation Centre has been given the green light and is set to bring a much-needed economic, innovation and technological boost to Crawley. The Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) Board has approved (subject to contract) £8.4 million funding ear-marked from the government’s “Getting…

Updated: 03 February 2022


A case of avian influenza (bird flu) has been confirmed by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) after a swan died at the Millpond in January. The swan died from a variant that is of a low risk of transmission to humans.   Crawley Borough Council is working with DEFRA to put safety…

Updated: 02 February 2022


Residents can now save time, money and paper by signing up for electronic billing from Crawley Borough Council. Receiving your bills via email is faster and saves on printing and postage costs. It also reduces the use of paper and envelopes. You can register for eBilling for several council services, including…

Updated: 01 February 2022