The 7 Crawley town centre sites that are ‘key opportunities for development’

Key opportunities for development and economic growth in Crawley have been identified in a new report.

Monday, 11th February 2019, 9:13 am
Updated Tuesday, 12th February 2019, 9:51 am
Queens Square reopening in Crawley (Photo by Jon Rigby) SUS-170910-173444001
Queens Square reopening in Crawley (Photo by Jon Rigby) SUS-170910-173444001

Crawley Borough Council, with West Sussex County and Crawley College, commissioned the One Public Estate Partnership report to explore development across six town centre sites which are currently ‘under-utilised’. 1- Queens Square; 2 - Station Gateway; 3 - Telford Place; 4 - Crawley College; 5 - County Buildings; 6 - Town Hall; 7 - Car park adjacent to Town Hall. See full details here:

Queens Square
Queens Square
Crawley Station gateway
Crawley Station gateway
Crawley Station gateway
Telford Place, Crawley
Telford Place, Crawley
Crawley College
Town Hall, car park, and County Buildings
Town Hall, car park, and County Buildings
Town Hall, car park, and County Buildings
Town Hall, car park, and County Buildings
Town Hall, car park, and County Buildings