Electric vehicle services

Ensuring your essential builds are both legally robust and delivered seamlessly.

Supporting the UK’s drive towards net zero carbon emissions by 2050 is, no doubt, a collective effort. Nationwide organisations large and small are implementing – or preparing to introduce – green initiatives to ensure they’re powering forward with an eco-conscious mindset that not only protects our planet, but future-proofs their teams and businesses.

Electric vehicles (EV) will play a pivotal role throughout. And without wayleave agreements, the installation of charge points simply cannot take place.

Backed by decades of wayleave experience, our experts will help you navigate the often time-consuming and complex process so that your essential builds are both legally robust and delivered seamlessly. 

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Our services

We are preparing organisations across the country for a greener future.

Wayleave guidance

Providing commercial clients with wayleave guidance to negotiate agreements swiftly so the installation of EV charge points doesn’t stall.

Fleet vehicles

Supporting landowners, housing associations, local authorities, EV providers, and organisations with fleet vehicles to complete applications.

Increasing efficiency

  • Ensuring the process runs as smoothly as possible to complete projects, alongside helping you to grow at speed and contribute to the UK’s zero carbon emissions future.
Hear from our experts

We regularly provide insights on wayleaves and latest developments.

The Telecommunications Infrastructure (Leasehold Property) Act (TILP) recently received Royal Assent. But what does this mean for the industry, and, most importantly, UK consumers keen to benefit from better connectivity? Who better to ask than Till Sommer, Head of Policy at the Internet Service Providers Association…?
Key Point of contact

If you'd like to discuss our Electric Vehicle services please get in touch with our team.

Georgina Rudak - Head of Wayleave and Solicitor

Georgina oversees several different projects and liaises with freeholders, solicitors and managing agents to negotiate wayleaves for our clients. She’s the ear to the industry, attending events and meetings, representing Trenches Law and ensuring the team remains completely up-to- date with the ever-changing world of wayleave.