Any clients now driving to Altion Law’s offices in Milton Keynes can charge their electric vehicles whilst meeting with Altion Law’s team of Solicitors and Barristers.
Altion Law already encourages staff to cycle to work and offers bike parking and showering facilities, but for anyone that needs to use a car to commute, an electric charging point has recently been installed to encourage staff to consider a move to an electric vehicle, and the ability to charge their vehicle whilst in the office.
There are over 200 electric vehicle charge points installed across MK including standard/fast charge points and rapid charge points. Any client wishing to use this facility whilst visiting our Milton Keynes branch can just let a staff member know, and the bay will be reserved whilst you are on site.
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