Oxford Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy (OxEVIS) Consultation

Closed 30 Jun 2022

Opened 17 Jun 2022


The Council has created a strategy that sets out the proposed electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure Oxford will need between now and 2040, to enable those dependent on car use who live, work and visit the city to switch to electric vehicles.

    • in time for the Government’s announcement to stop sales of new petrol or diesel cars and vans by 2030.
    • at a pace that enables Oxford to achieve its zero carbon target by 2040.
    • in a manner that is fair, collaborative and sustainable.

The Council would like to consult with the public to assess the level of support for the Strategy’s approach to meeting these targets.

Please review the Strategy before responding to the feedback form.

If you would prefer to read a summary, please see the Headlines document. The full strategy can be found at the bottom of this page.

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What happens next

Feedback from this consultation will be fed into the final strategy which is to be presented for Cabinet approval in July 2022. Once completed, the Council will draw up an implementation plan to deliver the strategy.


  • Councillors
  • General Public
  • Stakeholders
  • Staff


  • Electric Vehicles
  • Strategies