Neighbourhoods of the Future - Wood Green

Haringey is one of six boroughs awarded funding from TFL and the Mayor of London (external link) to encourage the uptake of electric vehicles. The Wood Green project will:

  • Offer business and residents free trials of electric vehicles
  • Install charging infrastructure including a rapid charging taxi rank
  • Provide businesses with free support to review opportunities to switch to electric vehicles
  • Electrify all car club bays in Wood Green

Why we chose Wood Green

Wood Green High Road is the heart of Haringey and draws in nearly quarter of a million shoppers, visitors and employees from across the borough and beyond to shop, work and relax each week.

The project is based between Wood Green and Turnpike Lane underground stations. The area is currently the focus for major residential-led regeneration and is subject to an Area Action Plan.

Whilst the focus of the project is in Wood Green there are plans to increase the number of electric charging points throughout the borough.

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Why we are promoting electric vehicles

Haringey's Smarter Travel programme encourages residents to cycle and walk rather than use the car to reduce congestion and improve our health and wellbeing. The borough has good public transport links but not all journeys will or can be replaced by alternatives. For the remaining car journeys, electric vehicles will improve local air quality and the health and wellbeing of those who visit, work or live in Wood Green by reducing:

  • CO2 and NOx  emissions
  • particulate matter
  • traffic noise

Visit our Pollution Control – Local Air Quality page to find out more about Haringey's Air Quality.

Visit our Smarter Travel pages to find out more about cycling and walking in Haringey.

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Owning an electric vehicle

If you currently drive a petrol or diesel vehicle, you could save money and cut pollutants by switching to electric. Financial savings include:

See information on electric vehicle charging points in Haringey.

Visit the external websites listed below for a wealth of information on choosing, running and charging electric vehicles.

Alternatively email your question to NOF@haringey.gov.uk and we will endeavour to answer your query.

Free Electric Vehicle trials

Wood Green businesses and residents can trial an electric vehicle (for free) for up to one week. To find out more or to book a trial contact us on 020 8489 3489 or email NOF@haringey.gov.uk

You can currently choose from:

Drivers will need to hold a full driving licence and adhere to insurance requirements.


Free support for businesses

Working with the Energy Saving Trust, we can offer businesses free reviews of their vehicles to identify where plug-in alternatives may be appropriate and cost effective. The reviews provide advice and guidance to businesses considering how these vehicles might work for them from an operational, financial and practical perspective.

To find out more or to book a review contact us on 020 8489 3489 or email NOF@haringey.gov.uk

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Events

We regularly update this page to bring you information about events and activities In Wood Green relating to the Neighbourhoods of the Future programme.

Table: What's on

Date

Event and Venue

Activities

Time

September 2017

 Business Event - Electric Vehicle Seminar

Presentations and briefing for local businesses on the benefits and considerations of owning electric vehicles

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September 2017

Wood Green NOF Pop-up event - Wood Green High Road

Electric vehicles on display on Wood Green High Road

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Contact

For further information about Wood Green NOF Events please keep visiting these pages, or you can contact us:

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Page Last Updated:

22 June 2017

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