Crawley Borough Council has launched a consultation on Goffs Park to shape how it manages and invests in the park in the future.
The four-week consultation that started on 1st September aims to better understand what residents, visitors and stakeholders love about the park and their aspirations for the park for the future.
Options based on the consultation findings will then be presented to councillors for consideration as part of the 2023/24 budget setting process.
Goffs Park is the oldest park in Crawley and has won a prestigious Green Flag award 14 times.
Supported by an active “Friends” group and home to a small number of local clubs, voluntary and community groups and an independent small business, the park’s main features are the lake, pitch and putt, children’s play area and miniature railway. It also hosts high-profile events such as Crawley Pride.
You can fill out the survey until Thursday 29 September by visiting our consultation page.
Please take the time to fill out the survey. We will use the information gathered to help understand the opportunities for making Goffs Park even more special, with a goal of making the park a more attractive location for people to visit while achieving long-term cost neutrality.
Cllr Chris Mullins
Cabinet member for Wellbeing
Crawley Borough Council