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Locally Listed Buildings

There are many buildings in the borough that are considered to be of special local importance because of their historical significance, individual character or because of their contribution to the street scene. Whilst these buildings are not considered to be of national significance, it is nevertheless desirable to retain them wherever possible, as they make an important contribution to the borough’s sense of place. Such buildings are included on the council’s Local Building List:

The Local List was reviewed in 2010. This resulted in updated descriptions of each building, as well as a number of additions and deletions. It is important to note that the review was primarily an assessment of the buildings already on the list rather than a full-scale survey of all the buildings in the borough. If there are any buildings or structures that you think should be on the list please let us know and we will ensure that they are considered as part of the next review:

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Crawley Borough Council
Town Hall
The Boulevard
Crawley
RH10 1UZ

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The borough council will seek to secure the retention of the buildings on the Local List. Planning permission may be refused for proposals for development, extensions, alterations or changes of use which will lead to the demolition of such a building, cause the removal of features of interest or detract from the character or setting of the building. For further information please view the Frequently Asked Question note below:


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Town Hall
The Boulevard
Crawley
West Sussex
RH10 1UZ
Open Mon - Fri 8:30am to 5pm

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Crawley
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