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Crawley is reopening for business – council services update

In line with the government’s roadmap out of lockdown, non-essential retail and outside hospitality venues will reopen on Monday 12 April, along with additional Crawley Borough Council facilities. The council is working to make the town centre and neighbourhood parades safe for the return of shoppers from Monday…

09 April 2021

The passing of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Crawley Borough Council joins the nation in mourning the death of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. The Union flag outside the Town Hall has been lowered to half-mast. An online book of condolence has been opened on the Royal Family’s website. You can also leave messages of condolence…

09 April 2021

New Restart Grant available for Crawley businesses

Crawley businesses in the non-essential retail, hospitality, leisure, personal care and accommodation sectors that have had to close during lockdown, can apply for a Restart Grant from 1 April 2021 to reopen safely as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. The Restart Grant is a one-off grant for rate-paying businesses…

26 March 2021

Get Creative Festival

The Get Creative Festival shines a light on all the great cultural activity that takes place across the UK on a regular basis and encourages people to try their hand at something new and creative in homes and outdoors (when government restrictions can be met). As part of the festival, community groups and…

26 March 2021

Council services update

In line with the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown, some Crawley Borough Council facilities will be reopening on 29 March.  These facilities include: Tennis courts, multi-use games areas and outdoor gyms The BMX track and skate park Unsupervised play areas will remain open and continue to be…

26 March 2021

An exciting step forward for the District Heat Network

Crawley Borough Council has selected Pinnacle Power as the preferred bidder to manage the operation and maintenance of the town centre District Heat Network (DHN). The contract is for 10 years from when the DHN starts to operate. Pinnacle Power will also manage the billing and metering services for the residents…

25 March 2021

New Town Hall building reaches new heights

The frame of the nine-storey building housing the new Town Hall and grade A commercial offices has been completed. The landmark building, which is currently on-schedule for completion at the end of this year, has recently reached its full height. The wider regeneration scheme, located at the eastern end of The…

24 March 2021

Cheques not accepted after 31 March due to high processing fees

Crawley Borough Council will no longer accept cheques after 31 March 2021. It currently costs the council £13 to process a cheque – this is sometimes more than the value of the cheque. This compares to 1p to process a Direct Debit (plus £1.75 to set it up). Direct Debits are the simplest way for customers to pay…

22 March 2021

More awards for charities and community groups

Six local not-for-profit organisations have been awarded new grants 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 £29,536 to Crawley Community Youth Service, £29,493 for Age UK’s…

17 March 2021

Crawley Question Time panel revealed

The panel for the first ever virtual Crawley Question Time has been announced. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s event will be broadcast live on Microsoft Teams on Tuesday (16 March) from 7-9pm. It will also be recorded and available to view on YouTube the following day. This year’s panel will be: …

15 March 2021