Ubitricity is rolling out ‘Smart Charging’ in Westminster

Smart charging allows EV users to plug in at their usual time but schedule their charge to start after peak hours, when energy prices are cheaper. Westminster City Council is planning to increase the number of Electric Vehicle (EV) charging points in Westminster to over 2,000 charging points, the most in the country. The Council […]

Council announces new strategy to tackle anti-social behaviour

Westminster City Council have announced a new plan to tackle Anti-Social Behaviour. To curb ASB, the council has identified 5 key objectives for tackling anti-social behaviour – Prevention, Early Intervention, Victim Support, Bringing Perpetrators to Justice and Community Engagement. The scheme will also engage with perpetrators anti-social behaviour ensuring that, where appropriate, we provide support […]

Council calls for harsher fines for irresponsible dockless bike parking

Westminster City Council are keen on increasing the fines for dockless bikes that are not properly returned to designated parking bays. Currently, each individual business is liable for their own penalty scheme and plans to unify a ‘fine structure’ for all cycle-hire companies aims to ensure penalties are taken seriously. Councillor Paul Dimoldenberg, Cabinet Member […]