Developing an Electric Vehicle Framework for Aberdeen

Closed 24 Jan 2020

Opened 10 Jan 2020

Overview

The Scottish Government has committed to phasing out the need for new petrol and diesel cars and vans by 2032. Encouraging a switch to Electric Vehicles (EVs) is seen as one of the ways in which this can be achieved.

 

The Council has been working with funders and partners since 2011 to roll out EV charge points across Aberdeen in line with Scottish Government policy and to promote and encourage the introduction EVs. There are also many other EV charge points across the city that are not controlled by the Council.

 

The Council is seeing an increasing interest from members of the public in electric vehicles and demand for existing charge points as well as demand for new charge points in other locations. To inform future introduction of EV charging infrastructure, and to establish how the Council can help further encourage a switch to EVs, the Council has commissioned consultants Arcadis to undertake an EV Framework for us which will guide the Councils plans for the next 5-10 years.

Why We Are Consulting

We want to know what you think we should consider in the development of an EV framework to cater for growing EV uptake across Aberdeen for the next 5 to 10 years. Your feedback will inform the development of the framework.  The survey is available for completion until 24 January 2020.

 

Why do we need your information?

Aberdeen City Council collects personal information from you. You have the option as part of this survey to enter your name and e-mail address as part of your submission. If you choose to enter your email address then you will automatically receive an acknowledgement email when you submit your response. The Council does not use an automated process for making decisions about you or the services you require.

Your Information, Your Rights

You’ve got legal rights about the way the Council handles and uses your data, which include the right to ask for a copy of it, to correct it, to delete it and to ask us to stop doing something with your data. Please contact the Council’s Data Protection Officer by e-mail at dataprotectionofficer@aberdeencity.gov.uk or in writing at The Data Protection Officer, Legal and Democratic Services, Level 1 South, Marischal College, Aberdeen, AB10 1AU.

For more information about all the rights you have please visit our website at www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/your-data You also have the right to make a complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office. They are the body responsible for making sure that organisations like the Council handle your data properly and in line with the law. For more information visit their website at www.ico.org.uk

Wherever the Council processes personal data, we need to make sure we have a legal basis for doing so in data protection law. The Council understands our legal basis for processing personal data in relation to your application as Article 6(1)(a) of the General Data Protection Regulation. This is because, by choosing the option to leave your name and/ or e-mail address you have given us consent to process your personal data when entering your e-mail address.  You can change your mind about this at any time by contacting transportstrategy@aberdeencity.gov.uk

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  • Retailers
  • Community Councils
  • Community Organisations
  • Developers
  • Environmental Groups
  • Housing Associations
  • Tenants and Residents Associations
  • Partner Agencies
  • All Residents
  • Shoppers
  • Drivers
  • People With Disabilities
  • ACC Customers
  • Carers
  • Councillors
  • Housing Tenants
  • LGBT People
  • Men
  • Minority Ethnic Groups
  • Older People
  • Parents and Carers
  • Road Users
  • Service Users
  • Students
  • Volunteers
  • Women
  • Young People
  • ACC Staff

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