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The top places for storage in Crawley

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



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

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

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

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

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Average families water & waste bill in Crawley to fall by almost £50 this year



Southern Water Bill

The dramatic drop in the bill from Southern Water comes mainly as a result of a fall in price for the wasterwater element of the bills.

The drop of an average 11.2 per cent for 2020-21 is for the combined bill of water and wasterwater treatment services.

A typical combined bill for a domestic customer is expected to be £391 compared with an average charge of £440 last year – meaning a day’s services will cost only £1.07 a day – less than most bus fares. The cost is 13p a day or £49 a year less than last year.

The water element of bills is almost flat – the expected average is £159 compared with £156 in 2019-20. Wastewater bills will fall by an average £52 including a rebate of around £20 attributable to the company’s final settlement with Ofwat.

The big drop in bills comes at the start of a sustained fall in combined bills. Between 2020 and 2025 bills will fall by 18.4 per cent (adjusted for inflation). By 2025 the average household bill for water and wastewater will be just £343 a year. Water bills will fall 8 per cent during that time while wastewater bills will fall 24 per cent.

Southerwater say this is the start of a new ear with Ian McAulay, Southern Water chief executive adding:

“Water is essential to every aspect of our lives but it is under increasing pressure from population growth and climate change. So water companies have got to work even harder to face these challenges and keep it flowing far into the future whilst delivering the services our customers want and deserve.

Our customers have said they want us to do more to protect the environment and increase biodiversity, that’s why over the next 5 years our ‘Water for Life’ business plan will invest £4 billion into our region, generating jobs and protecting the environment whilst ensuring we keep bills affordable and support those in need.”

Southern Water has currently three key investments being worked on which include a £27.5 million five year phase of the Bathing Water Enhancement Programme which they say has helped to raise 58 out of the region’s 83 bathing waters to the “Excellent” standard.

They are also commissioning £100 million investment in rebuilding the Woolston wastewater treatment works and constructing a £15 million Chichester pipeline to support growth in the region.

Rachel Ryan-Crisp, Southern Water’s Vulnerability Lead, says:

“There are many people out there that don’t even know that these services exist and for an array of reasons whether they struggle to pay or require more support from their supplier. We can assist and offer extra care to a range of people such as those living with long-term illness, disability, the elderly and even new parent or parents with young children. Help us to help you by getting in touch for advice or by spreading the word to friends and family who could benefit.”

More details about our tariff schemes can be found here

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