The Eastern Gateway scheme

Details of the design and construction of the Eastern Gateway scheme, Crawley.

(Position at December 2018)

The Eastern Gateway scheme is one of the identified projects within the Crawley Growth Programme.

It is a £8.3 million scheme which will deliver better public space and connectivity improvements to support key development opportunities at the Town Hall, County Buildings, Telford Place and Crawley College.

The scheme covers the eastern half of The Boulevard, Exchange Road, the southern end of Northgate Avenue, College Road (including the roundabout), Southgate Avenue, up to and including the junction with Station Way. The scheme will also complement proposals for the Station Gateway scheme and enhance pedestrian and cycle access in the area. A plan of the scheme can be found below.

What we are working on now

The Eastern Gateway scheme is currently being developed by our consultants from the initial feasibility sketches into preliminary design. Later these designs will be further developed in more detail for the construction stage.

The preliminary design should be complete by the end of 2018 and construction should be complete by 2021.

Public engagement

A public exhibition took place between 6 June and 16 June 2018 in Crawley town centre. Engagement has concluded and you can read our report below.

Supporting information

Last updated:
11 June 2019
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