|Borough of Crawley|
Shown within West Sussex
|Region:||South East England|
|Admin. County:||West Sussex|
- Total (2005 est.)
2,190 / km²
|Crawley Borough Council
|Leadership:||Leader & Cabinet|
|Neighbourhoods of Crawley|
Crawley is a town in West Sussex, England, near to Gatwick Airport. Crawley was built into a New Town in 1947. It now has thirteen neighbourhoods. Some famous people from Crawley are the musical group The Cure, Gareth Southgate, an England football player and Chico Slimani, 2005 X-factor contestant.
Neighborhoods[change | change source]
Pound Hill is the largest neighbourhood in Crawley. It is on the east of Crawley. It was the first one to be split into two wards - Pound Hill North and Pound Hill South. Its boundaries go north beyond the main built-up area of Crawley. This makes it also the most northerly neighbourhood in the town.
Furnace Green is a neighbourhood located East of the town centre.