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November 6 marked the start of Talk Money Week, which suggests that we each do one thing each day to improve our financial situation, either by reducing outgoings or maximising the money coming in. Our Financial Inclusion team helps Crawley Homes tenants carry out benefit checks, apply for benefit, fill in forms,…

Updated: 09 November 2023


One lucky resident will win their Council Tax paid for a year (the prize will be up to the equivalent of band D Council Tax for 2024 to 2025), thanks to Crawley Borough Council’s amazing prize draw. Anyone who signs up for electronic billing – including residents who have already signed up – will be entered into a…

Updated: 08 November 2023


Nearly 500 trees were planted at Tilgate Park recently when Crawley Borough Council ran a planting event open to the public.  Dozens of people joined council staff and politicians, plus Sussex Police officers, to add some colour and diversity to a patch of land that was previously used for animal grazing. …

Updated: 07 November 2023


Applications are now open for Crawley Borough Council’s relaunched Neighbourhood Improvement Fund, which uses money collected from developers through the planning system. Community organisations can now bid for funding by submitting applications through the Crawley Borough Council website. The funding scheme…

Updated: 02 November 2023


More than 2,000 water-saving devices have now been fitted to council homes, helping Crawley Borough Council build new properties. The council is working in partnership with Cenergist to roll out an installation programme of Control Flow, which improves the water efficiency of its existing housing stock across the…

Updated: 02 November 2023


Crawley Borough Council wants to hear your views on a proposed new Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) to tackle anti-social behaviour and nuisance within the council’s town centre multi-storey car parks. Residents and businesses have raised concerns regarding safety and anti-social behaviour within the car parks…

Updated: 01 November 2023


More and more wildflower areas have been created across Crawley following positive feedback from residents. Crawley Borough Council has now given over 27 grassed areas to wildflowers, with seven more planned to be created. The council has installed signs at some of the areas so that residents can see that the…

Updated: 31 October 2023


Members of the council’s cabinet have been to see the first assets purchased under a £4.5 million agreement with Crawley College. The Invest In Skills for Crawley project will improve job skills training using part of the £21.1 million allocated from the Government’s Towns Fund. They saw an immersive classroom…

Updated: 24 October 2023


Three companies have been selected to provide specialist services across Crawley Borough Council’s multi-million regeneration and housing programme. The partnership agreements made with Keegans, Project Centre and Horley-based Oander allow for deployment of their surveyors, construction designers, clerks of works,…

Updated: 23 October 2023


If you’ve visited Tilgate Nature Centre over the past months, you might have been lucky enough to see the baby capybara. The little one was born on 1 June, to first-time parents Carol and Clarence who have taken to parenthood just like a capybara to water. The trio are enjoying spending time together in their…

Updated: 20 October 2023