Springfield Properties promises EV charging as standard for new homes

Madeleine Cuff
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Springfield chief executive Innes Smith at a show home with a BMWi3 EV | Credit: Springfield Properties
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Springfield chief executive Innes Smith at a show home with a BMWi3 EV | Credit: Springfield Properties

Scottish developer pledges that all new homes will come fitted with electric charging points

Scottish housebuilder Springfield Homes has become one of the first firms in the UK to promise to include electric vehicle (EV) charging points in all its new developments. Springfield announced late...

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