Call for sites: Electric vehicle charging at parish council owned car parks 25/10/2023

Devon County Council are seeking expressions of interest  for electric vehicle chargepoints in parish council and community car parks.

Devon County Council have been provisionally allocated £7m by the Department for Transport’s Local Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (LEVI) fund, and are working with district councils and others to develop the project. This project will enable Devon’s local authorities to deliver chargepoints across the county over coming years in parish and community car parks, local authority car parks, and on-street locations.  

Devon County Council are now seeking parish councils and community groups interested in hosting an electric vehicle charging point in a car park they own. We understand that many parish, town hall, and community hall car parks are owned by community trusts, and these sites will also be eligible.

If you are interested in hosting an EV chargepoint please complete the form linked below by the end of Friday 17th November.

Devon County Council will then assess the sites and provide feedback and further details. An outline of the proposed chargepoint type, car park requirements, and proposed delivery approach is included in the link. 

At this stage, there is no binding commitment needed to the project by parish councils or community groups as this is only a call for sites. 

To find out more and complete the form, please visit: