County Mall

Need it, want it, find it at County Mall, Crawley.

Shop the latest trends in over 60 stores selling 200+ of your top brands, enjoy a bite to eat or drink at 19 of your favourite restaurants and entertain the little ones with soft play.

County mall is easily accessible with ample parking and designated Disabled/Parent bays, family friendly with services to ensure you have an enjoyable shopping experience, and simple layout so you can be in and out during your lunch break!

Awards

  • 2007

    ISO14001

    Specifies requirements for an environmental management system to enable an organization to develop and implement a policy and objectives about significant environmental aspects. We Have been awarded this in successive years of 2016 and 2017.
  • GRESB

    General Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark. GRES Bassesses the sustainability performance of real asset sector portfolios and assets in public, private and direct sectors worldwide. We are proud to have been recognized in the last two years by GRESB.

Sustainibility

The centre opened in the October of 2003. Six years later we decided to embrace the culture of growing on sustainability and support the centre develop a green profile. Here are the main step stones of a quite remarkable journey:

Recycling

In 2009 a card baler was purchasedto process carboard, in addition, we also added a plastics baler. To supplement our efforts an MRF was purchased later that year. This Materials RecyclingFacility was basically a conveyor belt on which the waste other than card/plastics was tipped and then it was manually hand picked from the belt.  We introduced recycling of cans in2010.

In 2010 our focus turned towards the public areas. It was our intention to embrace the public and involve them in helping us recycle-we decide to install “torpedoes”. A such shaped receptacle with compartments for bottles(plastic), cans and general waste placed in strategic locations on the mall. During that same year our next projectwas to introduce the recycling of food waste from the restaurants, cafes,including coffee grounds and stores’ staff areas. Soon we were recycling 60tonnes of food per year which has remained constant since then. In order to move the project forwards further our next challenge was to move to MBT (Mechanical Biological Treatment) for our black bin waste- this is waste that could not be recycled by ourselves. This finally resulted in the centre achieving “Zero to landfill” status in 2013 !

At that stage we were recycling ourselves some 70% of waste, the remaining 30% was classed as recovered. We now also recycle wooden pallets,metal, glass bottles. Castlepoint war on waste started in 2005 when over 956 tons of rubbish generated by retail and catering outlets on the 41-acre site was being transported to landfill sites. These levels are now down to 489 tonnes a reduction of 49% certainly a Remarkable Journey.

Electric Vehicle charging

Castlepoint was the first of its kind to offer free Electric Vehicle charging for customers.  Two “green” car park spaces with charging points on the upperdeck car park near the Marks & Spencer entrance were installed as part ofCastlepoint’s green profile and encourage environmental responsibility in the town. 
The free charging will be unlimited so that customers can top up their E.V. batteries whilst shopping. We are looking to add a further 6 charging bays during 2018, including fast charge stations, as a result of itspopularity with our customers.

Our Facilities

Disabled parking bays are located in front of store entrances for ease of access. The Management Suite is a located on the ground level, underneath Argos.  The office is open from 10.00am until 4.00pm.  Out of office hours, please use the intercom adjacent to the office doors and our 24 h Shopmobility provides a mobility scooters, manual wheelchairs & electric wheelchairs.

Our Story

In 2009 a card baler was purchasedto process carboard, in addition, we also added a plastics baler. To supplement our efforts an MRF was purchased later that year. This Materials RecyclingFacility was basically a conveyor belt on which the waste other than card/plastics was tipped and then it was manually hand picked from the belt.
We introduced recycling of cans in2010.
In 2010 our focus turned towards the public areas. It was our intention to embrace the public and involve them in helping us recycle-we decide to install “torpedoes”. A such shaped receptacle with compartments for bottles(plastic), cans and general waste placed in strategic locations on the mall.
During that same year our next projectwas to introduce the recycling of food waste from the restaurants, cafes,including coffee grounds and stores’ staff areas. Soon we were recycling 60tonnes of food per year which has remained constant since then.
In order to move the project forwards further our next challenge was to move to MBT (Mechanical Biological Treatment) for our black bin waste- this is waste that could not be recycled by ourselves. This finally resulted in the centre achieving “Zero to landfill” status in 2013 !
At that stage we were recycling ourselves some 70% of waste, the remaining 30% was classed as recovered. We now also recycle wooden pallets,metal, glass bottles.
Castlepoint war on waste started in 2005 when over 956 tons of rubbish generated by retail and catering outlets on the 41-acre site was being transported to landfill sites. These levels are now down to 489 tonnes a reduction of 49% certainly a Remarkable Journey.

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