Residents of the retirement village have an electric vehicle on tap

By on December 9, 2021 0


An overview of some of the benefits available to residents of retirement villages to ensure they can stay mobile and active in their community.

The soon to be opened Bolton Clarke vertical retirement village, Europa on Alma, in the seaside suburb of St Kilda, 4 miles southeast of Melbourne’s CBD, will have its own electric car and charging bays.

The EHPAD association is the first retirement village operator to enter into an agreement with an electric vehicle start-up Ohmie GO, which will provide, against payment, an electric Tesla 3SR + for the exclusive use of residents of Europe on Alma.

Bolton Clarke Property Development Managing Director James Mantis said he was delighted to announce the deal, which he sees as one of many innovations designed to “stand the test of time” Europa on Alma.

“Residents can book the use of the shared car directly via the Ohmie GO application on their smartphone or iPad, or via the concierge” Mr. Mantis said.

“It makes sense to provide this additional option for those who want to go from a family to two cars or who don’t want to have to maintain a vehicle with registrations. “

A smart idea.