Thank you for responding to the Electric vehicle chargepoints in buildings consultation. Your responses will define the:
- proposal of introducing a requirement for electric vehicle (EV) chargepoints to be installed in new homes with an associated car parking space
- manner we transpose 3 new requirements of the European Union’s (EU) Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD)
The consultation will run until the 7 October 2019.
Print or save a copy of your response
When you get to the end of this questionnaire, you will be offered the chance to either print or save a copy of your response for your records. This option appears after you press 'Submit your response'.
You have an option to 'save and continue' your response at any time. If you do you will be sent a link via email to allow you to continue your response where you left off.
It's very important that you enter your correct email address if you choose to save and continue. If you make a mistake in the email address you won't receive the link.
Confidentiality and data protection
The Office for Low Emissions is carrying out this consultation to decide whether to introduce a requirement for EV chargepoints to be installed in new homes with an associated car parking space and will define the way we transpose 3 new requirements of the EU’s EPBD. This consultation and the processing of personal data that it entails is necessary for the exercise of our functions as a government department. If your answers contain any information that allows you to be identified, the Department for Transport will, under data protection law, be the controller for this information.
As part of this consultation we’re asking for your name and email address. This is in case we need to ask you follow-up questions about any of your responses. You do not have to give us this personal information. If you do provide it, we will use it only for the purpose of asking follow-up questions.
has more information about your rights in relation to your personal data, how to complain and how to contact the Data Protection Officer.
Your information will be kept securely and destroyed within 12 months after the consultation has been completed. Any information provided through the online questionnaire will be moved to our internal systems within 2 months of the consultation end date.