Electric Vehicles: developing a consumer-led approach to infrastructure planning
An analysis of Electric Vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure by the capital’s leading business campaign group London First, in partnership with PwC, has found that those in densely populated residential zones, outside of central London, could be held back in owning an EV by a lack of charging infrastructure.
London First, Thames 2050 consultation response
The river has long played a central role in London and the South-East’s regional economy, prosperity and growth. The tidal Thames and the Port of London generate 43,500 full-time equivalent jobs, of which 27,000 are people directly employed in port-related operations, with the remainder in the associated supply chain and support activities.