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Are you struggling to understand your Electric Vehicle Charging Point (EVCP) requirements?

Helpfully, the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) has released new FAQs, with some worked examples to explain!

Here at Brookbanks, we can help advise you with our bespoke Sustainability and Energy Statements that include information on EVCPs, and bring together other reports that highlight the credentials of your scheme. We’ll work closely with your planners, master planners, ecologists, and building design teams to ensure everything is properly considered.

We can also advise on electricity demand, connections, and upgrading works, using our substantial experience dealing directly with Distribution Network Operators (DNOs) and Independent Distribution Network Operators (IDNOs). We will be there every step of the way to ensure the right capacity is delivered on time and on budget.

Please contact Richard Boyle for further information.

Approved Document S: Infrastructure for charging electric vehicles, frequently asked questions – GOV.UK (

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