Car clubs and housing developments

Car clubs play a crucial role in enabling people to reduce their car use and to reduce the demand for space to park cars. Considering the UK forecasts of future population growth and housing expansion, it is more important than ever that we maximise the potential for car clubs to achieve a range of public policy objectives.

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Carplus has produced information and guidance for property developers, housing associations and local authorities on the incorporation of car clubs in developments.

Car clubs in New Developments, 2016

A review of experience and good practice in low car and car free developments (2003 – 2014)

Car Clubs in New Developments – Case Studies

Detailed case studies from developments features in our 2016 report.

Car clubs in property developments 2015

An information pack for property developers and local authorities, including case studies and example Section 106 wording.

Find your nearest car club car on a map

 

Car club models

 

What is your car really costing you?

 

Benefits of using car clubs

 

Running community and informal car clubs

 

Local authorities and car clubs

 

Businesses and shared transport - reducing costs with car clubs cars

 

List of car clubs

 

Case studies

Published 20/5/15

Case study: BedZED

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Published 20/5/15

Case study: Northolt

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Published 20/5/15

Case study: Islington

Published 20/5/15

Case study: Ealing