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Crawley Borough Council, in partnership with Govia Thameslink Railway, Network Rail and West Sussex County Council, has updated proposals to improve access to the site around Three Bridges Station. We would like to know what you think, as well as how often you use and access the station.
Please submit your feedback using our online form .
The consultation period will end on Monday 5 March 2018.
The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking local people for their help to draw up a new pattern of council wards for Crawley Borough Council.
The consultation is the first part of an electoral review which will re-draw ward boundaries across the borough.
The Commission has also announced that Crawley should have 36 councillors in future: one fewer than the current arrangements.
In drawing up new boundaries, the Commission aims to deliver electoral equality for voters in council elections so that each councillor represents roughly the same number of voters. The review also aims to ensure that the new council wards reflect, as far as possible, the interests and identities of communities across Crawley.
Local people have until 9 April 2018 to submit their views in this consultation .
Last year, the Boundary Commission for England published and consulted on initial proposals for new parliamentary constituency boundaries.
The review is taking place over approximately two and a half years, with final recommendations submitted to Parliament in September 2018.
The Commission published its revised proposals for new boundaries on 17 October 2017, which began eight weeks of public consultation. All feedback from the initial consultation and the consultation on representations received is available on the website the Boundary Commission for England has set up for the review. You can search for comments either by postcode or by region.
After looking at whether any more changes need to be made, which will include reviewing all comments received at any stage, in September 2018 the Commission will make final recommendations in a report published and presented to Parliament.
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