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Wednesday, October 26, 2022

Work to begin on electric vehicle public charging points

Work is set to begin on the installation of public electric vehicle charging points across the county, including four in Llangollen.

The work will be undertaken over the next few months, with enabling works at Post Office Lane car park, Denbigh and Bowling Green car park, St Asaph, starting the first week of November.

The project aims to open up possibilities for people to transition to an electric vehicle where they didn’t previously have access to a charging facility. The work expected to be completed by January 2023

It is a part of the county council’s action to tackle climate change following the declaration of a Climate and Ecological Emergency in 2019 and adoption of the Climate and Ecological Change Strategy in 2021.

Other electric vehicle initiatives are involved in the council’s goal to meet the target of a net carbon zero council by 2030.

The full list of car parks receiving electric vehicle charging points is: 




Proposed Charging Points

Post Office Lane Car Park


LL16 3UN

2 x dual 22kW AC (ability to charge 4 vehicles)

Bowling Green Car Park/ Lower High Street

St Asaph

LL17 0SG

1 x dual 22kW AC (ability to charge 2 vehicles)

Market St Car Park


LL20 8RB

2 x dual 22 kW AC (ability to charge 4 vehicles)

Pavilion Car Park, National Pavilion


LL20 8SW

2 x dual 22 kW AC (ability to charge 4 vehicles)

Cae Ddol Car Park, Crispin Yard, Clwyd Street


LL15 1HN

2 x dual 7Kw AC (ability to charge 4 vehicles)

Craft Centre Car Park, Park Road


LL15 1BB

2 x dual 22 kW AC (ability to charge 4 vehicles)

Fern Ave Car Park


LL19 9BP

2 x dual 7Kw AC (ability to charge 4 vehicles)

Morley Road Car Park


LL18 3HG

2 x dual 22kW AC (ability to charge 4 vehicles)














Cllr Barry Mellor, Lead Member for Environment and Transport, said: “This is an important step forward in supporting community members who want to transition to electric vehicles but don’t have the facilities to do so. It will also help attract more electric vehicle drivers into our towns to benefit footfall and local business as a whole.

“Getting the infrastructure in place to support public use of electric vehicles across the county is important to tackle climate change and I look forward to seeing the end result which will also provide useful data to inform potential future expansion analysis of the EV Charging network here in Denbighshire.”

“Denbighshire County Council apologise for any inconvenience that these works may cause and we are grateful for local cooperation and patience during this time to ensure that the works are completed as quickly and efficiently as possible.”

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