2024/2025 Electric Vehicle Chargepoint Installation Consultation

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What is the West Sussex chargepoint network?

West Sussex County Council, Adur and Worthing Councils, Arun District Council, Crawley Borough Council, Horsham District Council, Chichester District Council and Mid Sussex District Council have signed a contract with Connected Kerb, one of the country’s leading providers of electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions.

The contract will see chargepoints installed across the county at zero cost to the councils.

We are proposing chargepoints in your area.

The future is electric. In 2035, a ban on the sales of new petrol and diesel vehicles comes into force. EV sales increased by 40% in 2022, with more than one in ten new vehicles being electric. This has highlighted the importance of having enough affordable, reliable and hassle-free charging infrastructure for the many, not the few.

Although it may not be a priority for you right now, we want to give you and your community the confidence to make the switch when the time is right for you.

We’re not proposing to change any of the parking restrictions at the moment, so other cars will still be able to park as before, although we hope people will be considerate & allow EV drivers to charge. Any future change to parking restrictions would go through the normal consultation process.

We would like your feedback.

We’ve already received around 1,500 requests for chargepoints in West Sussex and your feedback is vital to help us build a charging network that benefits everybody.

Whilst we cannot guarantee that an EV Chargepoint will be installed in the location suggested, it will help us establish demand and refine our plans.

To suggest a location or find out more about our proposals, please visit the Connected Kerb website (opens in new window).

We are specifically asking for feedback from people over the age of 15 years.

Alternate formats and accessibility.

If you require any of this information in an alternative format, then please contact us via email at evchargingpoints@westsussex.gov.uk or by telephone on 0330 222 7770 and we will do our best to assist you. If you are deaf or hard of hearing and have an NGT texting app installed on your computer, laptop or smartphone, you can contact us on 18001 0330 222 7770.

Please note, you can use the Google Translate function to access this project in a range of different languages. The Google Translate widget can be found at the top left-hand side of the project page, where it sits just above the black West Sussex County Council ribbon.

For more information about the accessibility of this website, please see our Accessibility tab (opens in new window) at the foot of the page.



What is the West Sussex chargepoint network?

West Sussex County Council, Adur and Worthing Councils, Arun District Council, Crawley Borough Council, Horsham District Council, Chichester District Council and Mid Sussex District Council have signed a contract with Connected Kerb, one of the country’s leading providers of electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions.

The contract will see chargepoints installed across the county at zero cost to the councils.

We are proposing chargepoints in your area.

The future is electric. In 2035, a ban on the sales of new petrol and diesel vehicles comes into force. EV sales increased by 40% in 2022, with more than one in ten new vehicles being electric. This has highlighted the importance of having enough affordable, reliable and hassle-free charging infrastructure for the many, not the few.

Although it may not be a priority for you right now, we want to give you and your community the confidence to make the switch when the time is right for you.

We’re not proposing to change any of the parking restrictions at the moment, so other cars will still be able to park as before, although we hope people will be considerate & allow EV drivers to charge. Any future change to parking restrictions would go through the normal consultation process.

We would like your feedback.

We’ve already received around 1,500 requests for chargepoints in West Sussex and your feedback is vital to help us build a charging network that benefits everybody.

Whilst we cannot guarantee that an EV Chargepoint will be installed in the location suggested, it will help us establish demand and refine our plans.

To suggest a location or find out more about our proposals, please visit the Connected Kerb website (opens in new window).

We are specifically asking for feedback from people over the age of 15 years.

Alternate formats and accessibility.

If you require any of this information in an alternative format, then please contact us via email at evchargingpoints@westsussex.gov.uk or by telephone on 0330 222 7770 and we will do our best to assist you. If you are deaf or hard of hearing and have an NGT texting app installed on your computer, laptop or smartphone, you can contact us on 18001 0330 222 7770.

Please note, you can use the Google Translate function to access this project in a range of different languages. The Google Translate widget can be found at the top left-hand side of the project page, where it sits just above the black West Sussex County Council ribbon.

For more information about the accessibility of this website, please see our Accessibility tab (opens in new window) at the foot of the page.



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