They are proposing to:
- alter building regulations for new:
- residential buildings to include requirements for electric vehicle charge points
- non-residential buildings to include requirements for electric vehicle charge point infrastructure
- introduce a requirement for existing non-residential buildings to have electric vehicle charge points
The Institution of Engineering and Technology Trustees propose submitting a response to this consultation and invite comments from Members who have expertise in this area and have studied the consultation documents. In its capacity as a professional body, the IET will confine itself to only addressing those questions that are within its area(s) of competence.
For more information and a summary of the questions, please refer to the consultation document.
Please respond no later than 25 September 2019 to Rick Hartwig with “Electric vehicle charge points in residential and non-residential buildings” in the subject header.