Hundreds of residents and community groups have told Crawley Borough Council what they want to see in the town in 2029.
The council held consultation events across the town for people to tell us how they see Crawley's future on topics including housing, protecting open spaces, transport, infrastructure, the economy and neighbourhoods.
During the six-week consultation period 533 forms were completed. Council staff are now working through all of the responses and will report back with residents' views in the next few weeks.
Over the past 15 years Crawley has grown and developed to meet the needs of the people who live, work and visit the town. Crawley 2029, the name of the town's new local plan, is about moving forward and thinking about the needs, wants and aspirations of the town for the next 15 years.
The homes we live in, the places where we work, the open spaces where we relax and the roads we travel on are all a result of planning decisions that have been made.
Councillor Claire Denman, Cabinet member for Planning and Economic Development, said: "Thanks to everyone who responded to this consultation. It's heartening to know that there are so many local people interested in helping shape the future of their town.
"We've had many more responses than in previous local plan consultations because we made it clear that this is about people's lives and their environment – not just about planning."
For more information visit www.crawley.gov.uk/crawley2029 or email email@example.com