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In the run up to COP26, the United Nations Climate talks later this year in Glasgow, Crawley Borough Council is encouraging the local community to join the conversation about climate change. It has organised a number of local activities as part of the Great Big Green Week, taking place from 18 – 26 September, which…

Updated: 21 September 2021


Crawley Borough Council continues to tackle fly-tipping with the promotion of the Let’s SCRAP fly-tipping campaign around the town and the appointment of an Environmental Crime Officer to focus on investigation and proactive management of fly-tipping incidents.  The Let’s SCRAP fly-tipping campaign banners…

Updated: 21 September 2021


As of Monday 20 September, many Crawley residents will be able to recycle batteries as part of their existing kerbside collection service for textiles and small electricals. Currently these services are only available to residents of properties with their own individual waste bins. However, Crawley Borough Council…

Updated: 17 September 2021


Crawley has been given the go ahead to move to the next stage in developing 10 projects worth £21.1m to help drive the town’s economic recovery. The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government has written to the Crawley Town Deal Board to confirm that it can now proceed to the next stage to fully develop…

Updated: 03 September 2021


The consultation on the draft Crawley Economic Recovery Plan has been extended to give businesses, stakeholders and residents more time to respond.  The plan provides a clear vision for Crawley’s future socio-economic prosperity, a clear path for recovery from the pandemic and a marker to Crawley’s formidable…

Updated: 03 September 2021


Crawley Borough Council’s Community Wardens have continued their crackdown on fly-tipping and littering over the summer. In July and August, the Wardens issued 20 fixed penalty notices (FPNs) for littering. Each littering FPN is £80, or £50 if paid within 14 days. A recent non-payment of an FPN resulted in…

Updated: 27 August 2021


Crawley’s beautiful Tilgate Park has been named in the top 10 per cent of attractions worldwide by TripAdvisor. The travel review website and app has awarded Tilgate Park with a 2021 Travellers’ Choice Award. Set in 400 acres, its natural landscape boasts ancient woodland, lakes, gardens and lawns alongside the…

Updated: 27 August 2021


Crawley Borough Council has shown its support for the first ever Crawley Pride by painting two rainbow flags at the event site in Goffs Park. The council, a partner for this weekend’s event, has painted a large Progress Pride flag on the main path in Goffs Park and a bench in the colours of the rainbow flag. The…

Updated: 26 August 2021


Crawley Borough Council’s housing maintenance contractors have recruited 12 apprentices, providing them with their first steps on the career ladder. Liberty, Mears and Wates have all recruited apprentices to help maintain the council’s housing stock of more than 8,000 homes across the town. The council requested…

Updated: 26 August 2021


Crawley homeowners are being offered the chance to save money on solar panels with the return of the successful Solar Together Sussex scheme. Solar Together Sussex is a group-buying scheme, which brings households together to get high-quality solar panels at a competitive price, using iChoosr – an independent group…

Updated: 25 August 2021