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Voluntary and community organisations in the town can now apply for Crawley Borough Council’s community grants. Our new strategic grants programme aims to support local voluntary and community groups with grants of £5,000 or more, if they meet the council’s priorities for funding and apply successfully. Funding…

Updated: 25 November 2021


Crawley Borough Council tenants affected by the overpayment of their rent will start to find out if they are to receive a refund in the next few days. Letters are being sent out this week to tenants who pay their rent, or who are in receipt of Housing Benefit, with details of the amount of any refund tenants are…

Updated: 19 November 2021


The Crawley Wellbeing Team will continue supporting residents to be happy and healthy for another five years. The team, based at K2 Crawley, is part of the West Sussex Wellbeing Programme, which has been renewed until April 2027. Crawley Wellbeing offers one-to-one sessions with a trained Wellbeing Advisor and…

Updated: 10 November 2021


Crawley Borough Council has appointed a new senior manager. Amanda Kendall will take on the role of Head of Crawley Homes from 1 December following a rigorous selection process, which included panel interviews with officers and councillors. Amanda will oversee Tenancy Services, Asset Management, Responsive…

Updated: 10 November 2021


Crawley Borough Council’s tenants could receive a refund after a mistake was made in calculating their rents. The refund applies to council tenants living in existing buildings (not new builds), who have become tenants since April 2014. Existing tenancies that started before April 2014 have not been affected. …

Updated: 04 November 2021


Crawley Borough Council has got 95 people off the streets and in a pathway to permanent housing since the start of the pandemic. The council was successful in assisting 56 people into private sector accommodation, four into social housing and 35 into supported accommodation pathways. At the start of the Covid-19…

Updated: 04 November 2021


Crawley Borough Council is urging residents and visitors to use the town centre safely and responsibly when travelling through it. Following a recent increase in the number people on bikes and scooters using footpaths in the town centre, which can be dangerous and put pedestrians’ safety at risk, the council is…

Updated: 27 October 2021


Crawley Borough Council wants to hear your views on the potential renewal of a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO), which prohibits the anti-social use of vehicles, also known as car cruising. Crawley Borough Council introduced the PSPO under Section 59 of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014,…

Updated: 27 October 2021


In a record-breaking year for the Green Flag Award, as the scheme marks its Silver Jubilee, five of Crawley Borough Council’s parks have been celebrating continued success. The Memorial Gardens, Worth Park, Goffs Park, Ifield Mill Pond and Tilgate Park are among the winners, continuing a long run of awards for the…

Updated: 25 October 2021


Crawley Borough Council has a new, open access small grants scheme and invites not-for-profit groups to apply. This new funding opportunity has no deadline for applications and aims to foster greater levels of community connectivity and cohesion. These grants – from £50 up to £2,500 – are awarded for community…

Updated: 21 October 2021