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Installation of electric vehicle charge points

The county council is looking to work in partnership with a BP Chargemaster to provide several locations where drivers of electric vehicles can charge when they are in the Lancashire area.  As part of the partnership the county council is providing an initial 150 parking bays, either at the side of the road or in our own car parks, where charging facilities can be provided.

The county council is installing two different types of charge units. These will include 50 kWh rapid charge points which will allow most vehicles to take a full charge in less than an hour and 7 kWh charge points that are more suited to dwell times of 2 hours or longer.  The mix of these units will depend on location, power supply and demand.

The installation program is underway with site surveys and electrical connection requests in progress.  A list of sites, progress and availability will be kept up to date on this web page.  This information and how to use the machines is also available on the BP Chargemaster site which includes the wider availability of their network for those travelling further afield.

District Location Progress
Burnley Kingsway, Burnley 4x F7 (7kWh) Complete
Burnley Road, Padiham 2x F7 (7kWh) site under investigation
Chorley Market Street, Chorley 1x F7 (7kWh) & 1x Rapid (50kWh) Complete
Fylde Inner Promenade, Lytham St Annes 3x F7 (7kWh) Complete - order expected to go live February 2020
Hyndburn St James' Street, Accrington 1x Rapid (50kWh) Complete
Town Hall Street, Great Harwood 2x F7 (7kWh) Complete
Hartley Street, Oswaldtwistle 2x F7 (7kWh) Complete
Lancaster Park and Ride, Lancaster 6x F7 (7kWh) & 6x Rapid (50kWk) Complete. Expected to be accessible by 15th January 2020
Marine Road Central, Morecambe 4x F7 (7kWh) Complete
Market Street, Carnforth 1x Rapid (50kWh) Complete
New Street, Carnforth 2x F7 (7kWh) site under investigation
Preston Street, Carnforth 1x F7 (7kWh) Complete
Pendle Manchester Road, Nelson 1x Rapid (50kWh) Complete
Church Street, Colne 3x F7 (7kWh) Complete - order expected to go live February 2020
Ellis Street, Barnoldswick 2x F7 (7kWh) Complete
Albert Street, Earby 2x F7 (7kWh) Complete
Preston Bus Station, Preston 3x F7 (7kWh) Complete
Winckley Square, Preston 4x F7 (7kWh) Complete
Walton-le-dale Park and Ride 4x F7 (7kWh) Complete
Lawson Street, Preston 1x Rapid (50kWh) Complete - order expected to go live February 2020
Hartington Road, Preston Site under investigation
Ribble Valley York Street, Clitheroe 4x F7 (7kWh) Complete
King Street, Whalley 1x Rapid (50kWh) Complete
George Street, Whalley 1x F7 (7kWh) Complete
Rossendale Bury Road, Haslingden 2x F7 (7kWh) Complete - order expected to go live February 2020
King Street, Bacup 2x F7 (7kWh) Complete - order expected to go live February 2020
Kay Street, Rawtenstall 2x F7 (7kWh) & 1x Rapid (50kWh) Complete - order expected to go live February 2020
South Ribble Adjacent to Library, Leyland 2x F7 (7kWh) Complete
West Lancs Sandy Lane, Skelmersdale 2x Rapid (50kWh) Complete
Ruff Lane, Ormskirk 3x F7 (7kWh) Complete
Wyre Blackpool Old Road, Poulton-le-Fylde 2x F7 (7kWh) Complete
North Albert Street, Fleetwood 4x F7 (7kWh) Complete
Victoria Road West, Cleveleys 2x F7 (7kWh) Complete - order expected to go live February 2020

Any questions regarding Lancashire County Councils' provision of electric vehicle charging points should be sent by e-mail to EVCP@lancashire.gov.uk