Residents are being asked to have their say on the facilities for electric vehicles in Rushcliffe, including factors which would encourage them to own, charge and maintain a battery or plug-in hybrid vehicle.
The views will help inform where the installation of charge points may be possible and help shape planning for potential facilities in line with local current or future capacity.
The survey takes just five minutes to complete, and gives residents the opportunity to comment more widely on car charging in the Borough: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/RBCevcharging
Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Cabinet Portfolio Holder for Neighbourhoods Cllr Rob Inglis said: “This serves as a great opportunity for residents to let us know what they would like from a modern neighbourhood that supports green, low-emission vehicles as a part of everyday life.
“As more choose to switch to electric vehicles in the coming years, we want to hear from residents on what measures could make such low-emission vehicles more appealing to them.
“All thoughts and opinions shared with us before November 2 will help us to shape our plans for introducing more electric charging points across our communities.”
The consultation follows the installation of electric car charging points at the authority’s Rushcliffe Arena car park last year, to further encourage sustainable travel for drivers.