With the EV revolution gaining momentum housebuilders are beginning to react to providing EV infrastructure. Interesting legal issues underlying this as EV infrastructure does not necessarily benefit from the same legal status as traditional utilities.
Springfield Properties to prepare homes for electric cars Springfield says it will incorporate the infrastructure at its new development in Perth A housebuilder has committed to installing cabling for electric car charging points in all new-build homes. Springfield Properties said the move would make it one of the first firms in the UK to include infrastructure for vehicle charging as a standard feature. It will incorporate cabling "at the most practical point" in each home so a charging point can easily be installed. Elgin-based Springfield is including the feature at its new 3,000-home development in Perth. Springfield chief executive Innes Smith said: "The Scottish government has pledged that by 2032 all new vehicles sold in this country will be electric, but we anticipate that the uptake will increase rapidly long before then.