|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 comedian Romesh Ranganathan.
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.