Lancaster City Council is committed to helping people to convert to zero emission vehicles, reducing transport related emissions and promoting more sustainable forms of transport. We have also committed to reducing air pollution and the council’s impact on climate change.
This includes increasing the efficiency of buildings, replacing our vehicle fleet with electric and/or hydrogen powered vehicles and switching to 100% fossil-fuel-free energy. A key element to achieving these aims is creating new infrastructure to make it easier for people to use electric vehicles. With no tailpipe emissions, electric vehicles make a significant contribution to improving air quality.
On this page you will find a list of charging points that have been installed by the council in Lancaster and Morecambe.
The council is providing free electricity, but you will need to pay any parking charges that are applicable. The council is working in partnership with BP Pulse and Charge My Street and a connection fee is applicable. Find out more at https://www.bppulse.co.uk/ and https://chargemystreet.co.uk/.
If the charge-points become faulty or are damaged you should report this directly to Polar by telephoning 0330 016 5126 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. In an emergency telephone the city council on 01524 67099.
|Location||Car park||Type of connection|
|Lancaster||Dallas Road, LA1 1LD||Fast 22kWh|
|Lancaster||Salt Ayre Leisure Centre, LA1 5JS||Fast 22kWh|
|Lancaster||Williamson Park, LA1 3EA||Fast 22kWh|
|Lancaster||Upper St Leonardsgate, LA1 1QH||Fast 22kWh|
|Lancaster||Charter House, LA1 1PU||Fast 22kWh|
|Lancaster||Auction Mart, LA1 1XU||Fast 22kWh|
|Morecambe||Festival Market, LA4 4DW||Fast 22kWh|
|Morecambe||West View, LA4 4AS||Fast 22kWh|
|Morecambe||Library, LA4 5DW||Fast 22kWh|
|Lancashire||Lancashire County Council charge points||F7 and Rapid 50kWh (15p per kWh)|
|UK||View all on zap-map.com/live|
EV charging points - Lancaster
EV charging points - Morecambe
Last updated: 27 July 2021