There doesn't seem a lot of activity on this site of late so I don't know if anyone will see this but just in case some are interested Dorset Council is to start the installation of a single dual-socket 22Kw 'fast charge' EV charging point* in Bell Street car park in Shaftesbury later this month (Jan).
The charging point - that is due to go live by the end of Feb - is one of 44 such points the council is installing at its car parks throughout Dorset as part of its climate emergency response. Each point is able to serve two EV vehicles in bays set side by side.
Each bay is to be clearly marked for the exclusive use of EV vehicles for charging purposes only and any non-EV vehicle parking there or not charging their vehicle is liable to be issued with a fixed penalty notice by one of the periodically patrolling traffic wardens.
*Fast chargers (that can can provide between 60-200 miles of range in 20-30 mins) require three-phase power which is expensive kit so I guess DC must be given some credit for doing this relatively rapidly. But is it enough?
The below is the position of the EV charging point in Bell Street car park in Shaftesbury. Three bays are marked because Dorset is taking three normal parking bays for every two chargepoint bays to ensure they're the same width as a disabled space and are accessible.