Have your say: Electric Vehicles and Charging Points Survey

The Combined Authority has launched a survey asking the public to share their views on electric vehicles (EVs) and how best to meet the need for more charging points across the region.    With the transition away from petrol and diesel vehicles affecting everyone – whether they drive an EV or not – they are encouraging as many people as possible to have a say.  

Working with Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council, the Authority are developing an Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy and will be applying to the Government’s Local Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (LEVI) fund to help build more charge points.   They want to make sure they are planned for in the right way, informed by people’s views. 

The Combined Authority’s vision for charging points is:    “For everyone in the region to have the necessary electric vehicle charging infrastructure available in the right place at the time they need. This charging infrastructure will be high quality, safe , affordable, environmentally sustainable and accessible. “  

The survey only takes five minutes and can be found here, along with further information:   People have until March 26, 2024, to take the survey before it closes.   For those who prefer to email feedback, use   For responding by post, request a hard copy of the survey by emailing or call 01480 277180.   You can also read their news post about the survey here: