Car clubs in London

Over the past six years, we have supported the delivery of car clubs in London.

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Car clubs arrived in London in 2003, promoted by a consortium of boroughs, led by Camden, Islington, Kensington & Chelsea and Ealing. Since 2007, Carplus has worked with Transport for London (TfL) to deliver the Mayor’s Car Club Strategy for London (TfL, 2008), which we helped to develop.

Since 2014, we have been part of the Car Club Coalition which represents car club operators, London Councils, the Greater London Authority (GLA), Transport for London (TfL), The BVRLA and other key stakeholders. The Coalition has developed a Car Club Strategy for London which sets out the actions required to achieve the target of one million car club members in London by 2025.

The Car Club Strategy will also help to address a number of challenges faced by London in the coming years, including population growth, congestion and environmental issues.

Read the press release

Download the Car Club Strategy for London

Download evidence on car clubs in London


Please contact Kate Gifford for further information on this programme, or visit Transport for London’s website.

Useful resources

Transport for London’s new Car Club strategy

Car Club strategy Evidence Summary

Car club survey results for London

Carplus Annual Survey 2015/16(London).

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    • TfL Congestion Charging Scheme: Consultation response (Feb 2013).

      Submitted by Carplus and four accredited operators. Read more

    • Car club map

      Find your nearest Car Club vehicle using our searchable car clubs map.
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    • The emission impacts of car clubs in London

      Published in 2012 by Transport Research Laboratory in partnership with Carplus.
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    • Car club strategy for London

      Developed in partnership with Carplus in 2008.
      Download strategy