The Brighton Road Conservation Area lies to the south of the historic heart of Crawley, and developed around the junction of the 1848 railway line and the old main road between London and Brighton. The area is centred on the railway crossing, with its listed signal box, and a number of other properties dating to the 1850s onwards which lie in its immediate vicinity. The most significant of these are the Railway Hotel, a substantial mid-19th century building now in use as a public house, and Nightingale House, the former London and County Bank, which dates to 1901.
The Conservation Area was designated on 25 March 2009 to protect the distinctive character and appearance of the area, and to ensure that any nearby development proposals are of a scale, form, and design that respects the existing character and setting. The Conservation Area Statement was revised in 2009 and provides a character appraisal for the area and guidance that should be followed when any development takes place. The area was extended to the west along Springfield Road and West Street on 3 April 2013.
SCAAC provides comments on planning applications that are submitted within Southgate Neighbourhood Centre Conservation Area, Malthouse Road Conservation Area, and Brighton Road Conservation Area. They also look after the designated areas ensuring the council are aware of potential issues.
All meetings commence at 6.30pm
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