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Published: Monday, 13th July 2020

Electric vehicle owners living or working in Warwick District are now being invited to apply for a permit which will allow them to park for free, all day every day in our car parks.

Person stood next to their electric vehicle in a car parkTo receive their free pass registered owners of fully electric cars or vans need to supply the Council with their name, address, vehicle registration, make and model. The annual permits will be valid from 1 August 2020.

Warwick District Council’s Portfolio Holder for Neighbourhood Services, Councillor Moira-Ann Grainger commented:

“In June 2019 our Council declared a ‘climate emergency’ in response to the need for significant and urgent action to reduce carbon emissions. This new green scheme we are trialling, is just one of the steps we are taking to help improve air quality in our town centres and encourage increased ownership of electric vehicles.”

There are currently six EV charging points in the Warwick District Council operated car parks in Leamington Spa, these are located in Covent Garden and St Peters multi-storeys and Station Approach short stay facility. The Council is working with Warwickshire County Council to significantly increase the availability of public charging points across the district.

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