Bulletin No: IB/1046, Councillors' Information Bulletin - Tuesday, 22nd September, 2020

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Delegated Planning Decisions pdf icon PDF 27 KB

Delegated planning decisions for the week beginning 14 September 2020 are attached.  Contact for enquiries: Jean McPherson, Group Manager: Development Management on


Temporary Traffic Regulation Order: Southgate Avenue, Southgate pdf icon PDF 82 KB

A Temporary Traffic Regulation Order for Southgate Avenue is attached.


Carriageway Patching: Road Closures pdf icon PDF 8 KB

Please be advised that the attached roads are due to be closed on the dates and times specified for carriageway patching.  An alternative route for traffic will be signed on site.  Please note that these works are weather dependant, West Sussex County Council will endeavour to inform Councillors should there be significant changes to the programme.


These road closures are covered by the Temporary Traffic Regulation Order made on 25th September 2020.


Consideration Report - Naming of ro 9/11 Home Close, Pound Hill: Naming of Dwellings pdf icon PDF 190 KB

Consideration report PES/369 of the Head of Economy and Planning is attached.


ICT Programme Plan 2020/2021 pdf icon PDF 667 KB

Please find attached the ICT Programme Plan 2020/2021 which covers the period from now until we move into the new Town Hall – in approximately 18 months in time.


The plan is intended to provide an overview of the ambitious wider plan as well as describing the key elements of work the team will be delivering over this period in a little more detail.  It also reflects back on some of the achievements of the last couple of years that now enable CBC to take some significant strides forward in our use of technology to release organisational agility and savings.  We have come a very long way, but there remains a great deal yet to complete and this Plan describes this journey.


Simon Jones

Head of Digital and Transformation


Solar Together Sussex


Crawley is working in partnership with the County Council and other partner authorities in Sussex to help residents install solar panels and reduce their carbon emissions.


Sussex homeowners, organisations and small and medium sized enterprises will be able to register to take part in the Solar Together Sussex scheme which we are running in conjunction with iChoosr, who are experts in running group buying schemes.


By registering before the 6 October 2020, residents can get a free, no obligation offer setting out the cost of installing solar panels on their home and the likely return on investment.


The solar panels will be installed by an accredited contractor to established quality standards and at a reduced cost because of the volume of installations being carried out across Sussex.


The Solar Together Sussex scheme is being run on a zero-cost basis with commission payments from the installations covering direct marketing costs.


Contact for more information.


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