Gossops Green, Broadfield, Bewbush and Kilnwood Vale

BewbushBroadfield NorthBroadfield SouthGossops Green

Bewbush ManorGrade II Listed (1973)

Bewbush Manor is a timber-framed building built in the 15th or 16th century, altered in the 17th century, and to which a brick fašades were added around 1850. A 17th-18th century eight-bay barn is just to the south-east, which is faced with weather-boarding and has a tiled roof. Both buildings are grade II listed.

Broadfield House; Broadfield Country ClubGrade II Listed (1948)

Broadfield House is a villa-style house built in 1830 to another wing was added to the west in the 1860s. It became a hotel and country club, which after closing in 1947 was bought for use by the Crawley Development Corporation and re-opened as their headqaurters 23rd August 1948. In 1949 more buildings were added to house architects and engineers. After Crawley Development Corporation was dissolved in 1964 it was converted into offices for Crawley Urban District Council. Broadfield House was bought by Radio Mercury in 1984, but relocated to Manor Royal in 2008. In 2008 planning permission was granted to convert the building into 12 flats. The building is grade II listed.

Kilnwood Vale

Horsham District Council granted outline planning permission for the Kilnwood Vale development on Tuesday 15th March 2011. 2,500 homes, a primary school, library, pub and railway station are to be built to the west of Bewbush.

Little Buckswood FarmhouseGrade II Listed (1948)

A 16th century timber framed farmhouse. It became part of Cheals Garden Centre, now Squires Garden Centre