EV Chargers are located in all of our towns and major villages.We run three types of charging points:
- Rapid (22-50kW): Rapid chargers are ideal when a vehicle needs a substantial charge quickly.
- Fast (22kW): Fast chargers are ideal for when a vehicle needs a substantial charge over a period of up to three hours.
- Standard (7kW): Standard chargers are ideal for charging vehicles when they can be left for longer periods of time.
Following approval at Committee on 22 June 2023, the Council will introduce tariffs for the use of Electric Vehicle (EV) charge points from 2 October 2023.
|Unit rate / kWh
|Maximum stay limit
|Maximum stay limit
|Rapid Chargers (22-50kW)
|£30 overstay charge
|Fast Chargers (22kW)
|Standard Chargers (7kW)
The Rapid Chargers will have a one hour maximum stay. Using the bay for more than one hour will be considered ‘bay blocking’ and an additional £30 overstay charge will be applied. This is a charge administered by Charge Place Scotland and is automatically applied to the customer’s account on top of the cost of that charging session.
Please note that no refunds will be made for any overstay fees incurred.
All of the Government provided public charge points can be found on the Charge Place Scotland. Other charge points are available across East Dunbartonshire from private companies. You can check the current network on the Zap Map website and the AutoTrader Charging Points Map.
Council operated charging points are listed below:
|Rapid Electric Vehicle Charge Point
|Fast Electric Vehicle 22KW Type 2 Charge Point
|Standard Electric Vehicle 7KW Type 2 Charge Point
2 x 50kW Rapid Chargers are provided at the Allander Leisure Centre
2 x Roman Road Car Park (each post able to deliver a maximum of 33KW between the two connectors to maximise use of power supply)
2 x 22kW chargers are provided at the Allander Leisure Centre - serving four bays. One of the bays for these chargers is reserved for disabled access Blue Badge holders.
|Leisuredrome car park (one bay only due to power availability issues but will always offer the full 50/43KW, only open during hours of centre operation)
Auchinairn (Beech Road)
2 x Leisuredrome car park (one for disabled persons only, non-disabled point open only during hours of centre operation)
|Kenmure Drive Car Park
|William Patrick Library Car Park
2 x Southbank Business Park (Donaldson Street) - each post can deliver a maximum of 33KW between the two connectors to maximise use of power supply
There will be new chargers installed at Barleybank Car Park (x2), Kirkintilloch Leisure Centre (x2), Hillhead Community Centre and Eastside (one to replace the existing damaged unit and one new unit)
|Main Street at The Hub
There will be three 7kW chargers installed as part of works at the Lennoxtown High Park sports facility
|Alexandra Avenue Shops
Mugdock Road Car Park (we apologise for the substantial delay in the delivery of the power supply, but please be assured the matter is being dealt with)
Mugdock Road Car Park
Cloberfield Road Industrial Estate
Mugdock Road Car Park – additional charger (we apologise for the substantial delay in the delivery of the power supply, but please be assured the matter is being dealt with)
|Milton of Campsie
|Birdston Road Car Park
|Healthy Living and Enterprise Centre Car Park