Three designs unveiled for Crawley town centre

Queens Square designs The three designs will be on display in Queens Square for residents to comment

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Designs have been unveiled for the £3m redevelopment of a West Sussex shopping area aimed at attracting visitors to the town.

People in Crawley are being invited to comment on the three designs for Queens Square.

They have been developed following a public consultation earlier this year to which 750 responses were received.

"Crawley will return to being the place to visit between London and the south coast," said councillor Peter Smith.

"This is the first step towards changing the town centre into a more modern space that supports events, that has high-quality retail and starts to recognise that we have more people living in the town centre now."

Crawley Borough Council will choose between a design formed of triangular paving with a water feature, a curved design with trees and a water feature and another idea with white paving across the square and oblong slabs.

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