Crawley is located in West Sussex, 30 miles south of London, and 18 miles north of Brighton. It was a designated as a New Town in 1947 and this appears to have given it the boost to ensure continued success ever since. Gatwick Airport opened on the edge of the town in the 1940s and is now one of the busiest in the country. A large industrial area supports industries and services, many of which are connected with the airport. Unemployment here has been low since the Second World War and during the 1980s the town boasted the lowest level of unemployment in the UK. Continuous growth and investment have made Crawley one of the most important business and employment centres in South East England.
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Bar Manager - Exciting concept – Crawley Salary: up to£26, 000 + Bonus + Tips Location: Crawley The concept is independently owned and run with passion for quality foods and flavour. With the menu dedicated to Caribbean food, drink and of... more details
Crowne Plaza London - Gatwick Airport is a 4 Star Deluxe hotel situated 2 miles from Gatwick Airport and walking distance from Crawley town Centre. The hotel has 294 refurbished rooms and accommodates a mix of business and leisure guests. The hotel... more details
Crowne Plaza London - Gatwick Airport is a 4 Star Deluxe hotel situated 2 miles from Gatwick Airport and walking distance from Crawley town Centre. The hotel has 294 recently refurbished rooms and accommodates a mix of corporate and leisure guests.... more details
Would you like to work for one of the UK''s fastest growing companies? Toolstation is one of the UK''s fastest growing companies and as such can offer Retail career development opportunities that are second to none We are looking for colleagues to... more details
The Manor Royal industrial estate with its space and its proximity to Gatwick and good transport links, attracted airport-related services such as logistics, catering, distribution and warehousing. Major schemes during that period included premises for the Westminster Bank, British Caledonian, and The Office of the Paymaster-General — part of HM Treasury. The five-storey Overline House above the railway station, completed in 1968, is used by Crawley's NHS Primary Care Trust and many other companies. Watch out for employment with the likes of Canon, G4S and Siemens who have a presence on the estate.