Crawley Growth Programme

Details of the design and construction of the Eastern and Station Gateways scheme, Crawley.

(Position at May 2018)

West Sussex County Council (WSCC) has identified that the county requires significant investment in new infrastructure to help stimulate economic growth, with Crawley as a key growth location.

The Crawley Growth Programme is a £60 million package which will potentially provide jobs, business space and homes. The investment in key local infrastructure will enable sustainable growth on regeneration sites.

The programme will:

  • transform the business and living environment by undertaking significant upgrades to the public realm in the town centre and Manor Royal Business District
  • deliver significant new Grade A commercial space in the town centre
  • support the delivery of high quality office and industrial space in the Manor Royal Business District
  • unlock private developer finances to pay for a new railway station in Crawley
  • improve the quality of sustainable transport infrastructure (bus, cycle routes and pedestrian walkways), helping to alleviate congestion
  • achieve major bus, cycle and pedestrian connectivity enhancements at Crawley’s three railway stations, creating new links to other forms of transport.

The Crawley Growth Programme will be delivered by a major partnership of public and private organisations, including:

  • Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership
  • West Sussex County Council
  • Crawley Borough Council
  • Metrobus
  • Gatwick Airport Limited
  • Manor Royal Business Improvement District (BID) Company
  • Arora Group
  • Gatwick Diamond Initiative
  • Crawley Town Centre Partnership.
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Last updated:
21 December 2021
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