Citizen Engagement on On-Street Residential Electric Vehicle Charging Scheme 2022

Wed 21 Sep 2022 - posted by Melanie Hyde


MK Council is making it easier for people to switch to electric vehicles by increasing the number of residential electric vehicle charging hubs. The Council is working closely with BP Pulse to secure grant funding from central government to deliver charging solutions for residents with no access to charging at home (i.e. driveway). The initiative will be fully funded with 60% funded by OZEV and 40% funded by BP Pulse. 

MK Council have identified 19 car parks within residential areas with limited off street parking and the proposals are to install eight charging points in each car park that will charge a typical electric vehicle from empty to full in eight hours. Mill Lane and Telegraph Walk Car Parks in Stony Stratford have been identified in the proposals.  

They are conducting a survey so that residents can share their thoughts on the proposed locations and tell them about their priorities. Please see the link to the Consultation Survey here: Link to Consultation survey ORCS 2022

Any queries concerning the proposals should be addressed directly to Milton Keynes Council:
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map to show proposed electric charging points in milton keynes