Our new transport partnership with Norfolk Car Club will save money for tenants and reduce our impact on the environment.
Norfolk Car Club offers pay-as-you-go use of a fleet of 50 new cars and vans in Norwich (parked in dedicated on-street bays) and 600 vehicles across the UK. Vehicles can be hired for as little as half an hour at a time or as long as needed.
Norfolk Car Club members have smaller carbon footprints because they travel fewer miles, in more efficient cars. Each new car club car is used by around 20 drivers, which is a much more efficient use of vehicles.
Broadland’s special deal means that tenants can join the Car Club free (saving a £25 joining fee), remain a member for free (saving £5 per month minimum spend), and receive a £25 free driving credit. National research shows that for members who drive fewer than 6-8,000 miles a year, a car club could save them up to £3,500 a year.
Andrew Savage, Executive Development Director and a Broadland environmental champion, said:
This great new deal with Norfolk Car Club will really benefit our tenants. It will save them the hassle and expense of owning and maintaining a car, such as tax, MOT, fuel, servicing, repairs and parking.
As an organisation, we are strongly committed to reducing our environmental footprint and this new partnership will reduce the amount of congestion on the roads, lower fuel emissions and improve air quality.
For more information about the benefits of car clubs, see the latest national survey results.