The Broadfield Neighbourhood Hub is situated within Broadfield Library and enables providers to deliver services to local residents.
The original concept was initiated by the Crawley Safer Partnership group in response to feedback from local residents about crime, anti-social behaviour and health. An agreement was made between Crawley Borough Council, West Sussex County Council and Sussex Police for a three-year trial period that is due to expire in January 2016. We are currently conducting a review to help determine whether the Hub is a valued and viable service for residents.
Please let us know your views by completing a short online survey. The survey runs until the end of July 2015.
Major improvements to Broadfield Barton have been given the green light after councillors agreed to increase the project budget by £50,000.
The works planned include:
The canopy replacement is expected to begin this autumn with the paving works to be completed by spring 2016.
Broadfield is in the south west of Crawley. It was built in several stages starting in the 1970s and is now one of the largest neighbourhoods in Crawley. Due to its size, Broadfield is divided into two electoral wards - Broadfield North and Broadfield South.
Broadfield has good transport links to the surrounding area with the Fastway bus service taking passengers to the town centre, Manor Royal Industrial Estate, Gatwick Airport and Three Bridges.
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Have a look in the Community Directory to find groups and clubs located in Broadfield.
There are several Neighbourhood Watch areas in Broadfield. Click on the link above to see if your road is covered. If you want to start up a scheme, contact your local Police Community Support Officer. They are listed on www.sussex.police.uk . Enter your postcode or click on the map of Crawley to find out who your PCSO is.
Talk Broadfield is an opportunity for residents to meet and discuss issues that affect them. Members are involved in the development and running of Talk Broadfield, working with local councillors and the Community Development team at the council.
Forums meet 6 times a year, with steering committee members meeting more regularly for planning and setting agendas.
Talk Broadfield are now looking for new members of the steering committee, if you are interested in becoming a member or wish to nominate a candidate please complete and send back the Candidate Nomination Form .
Meetings take place in Broadfield Youth and Community Centre (small hall), Broadfield Barton, Broadfield, Crawley, RH11 9BA.
Facts & Figures
As of the Census 2011 there are:
For more detailed information on Crawley's economy, health, ethnicity and population please visit our Census 2011 page.
Broadfield Neighbourhood Audit results
Follow the link below to find out the results of the Broadfield Neighbourhood Audit.
Places of Worship
Broadfield has great open spaces, including Broadfield Park and Target Hill nature reserve. Crawley’s football stadium is on the eastern edge of Broadfield.
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