Frequently Asked Questions

If you do not complete and return an LDoC, your leasehold property will not qualify for the protections against certain building safety contained within the Building Safety Act 2022.

This means that your contribution towards any building safety related costs that may have otherwise benefited from protections, will be charged and payable by you, and future leaseholders of your leasehold property, at the usual service charge apportionment, as determined by the lease. The building owner is committed to making every effort to limit the amount that leaseholders pay towards any works to a relevant building defect by pursuing all other avenues, including the developer of the building.

This would depend on your lease terms and the location of your parking bay. Please contact us at consents@homegroundonline.com if you require clarification.

Yes, this is likely to be required under the terms of your lease, as cabling will need to be installed.

Unfortunately, you are unable to install your own chargepoint at this time. Your landlord is committed to sustainability in transport and we are arranging for chargepoints to be installed at a small number of pilot sites, as among other things we need to take into account the demands on the electricity supply, the location of chargers, who owns the land, and insurance requirements.

Please contact us at consents@homegroundonline.com to register your interest.

Depending on the parking arrangement at your building, it may be possible to have shared charging facilities. The provision of communal chargepoints forms part of our pilot scheme.

Please contact us at consents@homegroundonline.com to register your interest.

This depends on whether communal or individual chargepoints are to be installed. Each building is unique and will require its own survey.

The landlord may consider paying to install shared charging facilities. The landlord may also pay to connect individual parking spaces, where possible. You would need to pay for the chargepoint yourself. You may qualify for a government grant – please see www.gov.uk/electric-vehicle-chargepoint-grant-household for further information.

For shared charging facilities, we would look to provide 22kW chargepoints (average charge time 1-2 hours). In the event that you are able to have your own designated charger, a 7kW chargepoint (average charge time 4-6 hours) will be more suitable, as this will place lower demand on the existing electricity supply.

Yes. Where you are able to have your own chargepoint installed, you will have the opportunity to choose from a selection of industry-approved providers.

If you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact us at consents@homegroundonline.com

Unfortunately, you are unable to install your own chargepoint at this time. Your landlord is committed to sustainability in transport and we are arranging for chargepoints to be installed at a small number of pilot sites, as among other things we need to take into account the demands on the electricity supply, the location of chargers, who owns the land, and insurance requirements.

Please contact us at consents@homegroundonline.com to register your interest.

Yes, this is likely to be required under the terms of your lease, as cabling will need to be installed.

This would depend on your lease terms and the location of your parking bay. Please contact us at consents@homegroundonline.com if you require clarification.

Depending on the parking arrangement at your building, it may be possible to have shared charging facilities. The provision of communal chargepoints forms part of our pilot scheme.

Please contact us at consents@homegroundonline.com to register your interest.

This depends on whether communal or individual chargepoints are to be installed. Each building is unique and will require its own survey.

The landlord may consider paying to install shared charging facilities. The landlord may also pay to connect individual parking spaces, where possible. You would need to pay for the chargepoint yourself. You may qualify for a government grant – please see www.gov.uk/electric-vehicle-chargepoint-grant-household for further information.

For shared charging facilities, we would look to provide 22kW chargepoints (average charge time 1-2 hours). In the event that you are able to have your own designated charger, a 7kW chargepoint (average charge time 4-6 hours) will be more suitable, as this will place lower demand on the existing electricity supply.

Yes. Where you are able to have your own chargepoint installed, you will have the opportunity to choose from a selection of industry-approved providers.

If you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact us at consents@homegroundonline.com