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The top places for storage in Crawley

Find the best places in Crawley to store almost anything you want.

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Here we list our choices for the top storage in Crawley for all of your needs when you need that extra space to put things.

The top places for storage in Crawley

Sometimes it can be tricky to find somewhere to put all those extra boxes that are filled with things you just do not want to get rid of.

So here is our list of the top places for storage in Crawley. We have selected those that are easily accessible and are specifically within the wards of Crawley and that offer locker space of different sizes. Some offer extras like office space as well.

Lok’nStore Self Storage

lok'nstore is one of the top places for storage in Crawley

Based in Manor Royal they not only offer storage space but even office space.

Open Mon-Fri 8:30am to 6pm, Sat 9am to 4pm, Sun 10am to 2pm
Address: Sussex Manor Business Park, RH10 9NH
Tel: 01293 553 321
Website: www.loknstore.co.uk


Safestore Self Storage

safestore is one of the top places for storage in Crawley

Based in Stephenson Way in Three Bridges.

Open Mon-Sat 8am to 6pm, Thurs 8am to 8pm, Sun 10am to 4pm
Address: Stephenson Way, RH10 1TN
Tel: 01293 522 433
Website: www.safestore.co.uk


Easistore Self Storage

easistore is one of the top places for storage in Crawley

Based in Maidenbower Business Park.

Open 8am to 6pm Mon-Sat, Sun 10am to 4pm
Address: Balcombe Rd, RH10 7ZJ
Tel: 01293 880 100
Website: www.easistore.co.uk


Henfield Storage

henfield storage is one of the top places for storage in Crawley

Based between Manor Royal and Langley Green.

Open Mon-Fri 8am to 5pm, Sat 8am to 12:30pm, Sun 8am to 10:30am
Address: County Oak Way, RH11 7SU
Tel: 01293 837 892
Website: www.henfieldstorage.co.uk

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Over £2m given to Crawley Council for discretionary business grants

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Eligible Crawley businesses can now apply for discretionary business grants.

The government has given the council £2,248,180 in Additional Restrictions Grant, which is given to businesses that have been affected by the lockdown but are not legally required to close.

This funding lasts until March 2022 and is based on £20 per person in Crawley rather than the number of businesses in the town.

Eligible businesses are those who:

  • Are not entitled to Local Restriction Support Grants, and
  • Were open and trading the day before national restrictions were imposed (Wednesday 4 November), and
  • Are now required to close under national restrictions or, while not legally forced to close, are severely impacted by the restrictions.

Applications for the Additional Restrictions Grant can now be made at grantapproval.co.uk

There are different types of grants based on the rateable value of property/property costs or business type.

Businesses can check if they’re eligible for the Additional Restrictions Grant by visiting gov.uk/guidance/check-if-youre-eligible-for-the-coronavirus-additional-restrictions-grant

There is further guidance and a copy of the West Sussex countywide policy on the council’s website. The scheme will close on Sunday 13 December and the aim is to make payments as soon as possible after that.

Councillor Peter Lamb, Leader of the Council, said:

“While we haven’t been allocated enough funding to help every local business, we will do everything we can to support as many Crawley businesses as possible.

“If you need support please get in touch via the council’s dedicated webpage.”

Applications for the Local Restriction Support Grant opened on 17 November. Businesses forced to close by the second lockdown can apply for this grant at grantapproval.co.uk For more details on help available for businesses visit crawley.gov.uk/emergency/coronavirus-information/businesses-and-employers

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