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New homes exempt from EV charging in Wales

Rhodri Clark
01 July 2019
The latest version of Planning Policy Wales requires at least 10% of new non-residential parking spaces to have EV charging points
The latest version of Planning Policy Wales requires at least 10% of new non-residential parking spaces to have EV charging points

 

The Welsh Government has exempted housing developers from a requirement to equip new properties with charging points for electric vehicles. The latest version of Planning Policy Wales requires at least 10% of new non-residential parking spaces to have EV charging points, transport minister Ken Skates told an Assembly committee.

“The policy focuses on non-residential development to address people’s concerns about not being able to top up when using an electric car,” he said....

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