Broadband networks we are building

This page contains the latest information about the networks we are building around the country

Below you will find a list of the wireless broadband networks that we are building.  They are listed by county and then by project and are updated twice a month – more if there are significant updates in the intervening period.

Please select a county for more information
Bedfordshire (and Hertfordshire border)

DUX – Dunton (Hinxworth, Edworth and Eyeworth)

Update published: Wednesday, September 12th 2018

For those who have been unable to get a service from us due to line of site issues, we have identified some new relay points and will be continuing the process of acquisition and installation.  We expect this to be completed next week.

Please expect a call from our community sales team to book an appointment.

Buckinghamshire

IVA – Ivinghoe Aston

Update published: Wednesday, September 12th 2018

The next phase of the project is some trench digging and duct laying for a small pole we are going to install to bring the wireless service into the area.  We are attemping to complete this w/c 17/09/2018 as the work at the fibre side in Aylesbury is now complete. Once this is completed and working we will get in touch via e-mail to re-book appointments.

 

NTW – Meadle

Update published: Wednesday, September 12th 2018

This area is now live and we are taking appointments to book installations on 0800 007 3377.

 

DAD – Dadford

Update published: Wednesday, September 12th 2018

We have now identified a brand new fibre terminal point and work has already begun to install this.

With this now in hand, we will be getting in touch for installations in October.

 

Devon

TAL – Payhembury

Update published: Wednesday, September 12th 2018

Installations for the Payhembury infrastructure will be completed in October and we will be in touch in late late September to book individual installations.

Gloucestershire

CLS – Little Somerford

Update published: Tuesday, 18th September 2018

We have today had confirmation from the Diocese of Gloucestershire that our proposal to work on the church in the village has been accepted.  The statutory notice period will now begin and simultaneously we will complete the necessary paperwork to begin deploying in approximately six weeks.

 

FAR – Fairford

Update published: Wednesday, September 12th 2018

We have met with Historic England and the church authorities and a design has now been approved. All that is required is for the church to complete the paperwork.

We expect to activate this service in October.

 

MAI – Maisemore

Update published: Wednesday, September 12th 2018

We have now started this project and expect to have full delivery in November.

 

UPL – Upleadon

Update published: Wednesday, September 12th 2018

Work has now begun to install the infrastructure required including the fibre.  There is still some civils work to be completed at the A side and many relay sides have been completed and we will continue with in-home installations later on this month.

Greater Manchester area

DMA – Dunham Massey and LBO – Little Bollington

Update published: Wednesday, September 12th 2018

We are still awaiting the delivery of the Faculty document over at the church where the fibre has been delivered.  This is now with the Dicocean Registrar and we expect it be returned to us imminately (but cannot give a time on this because the Diocese will not).  Once this is done only a day worth of work is required to get the whole network up and running.

Somerset

Trudoxhill

Update published: Tuesday, 18th September 2018

Electricians visited the three sites without power yesterday and will begin and complete their work on one of the sites during the week with the final one being completed, according to their schedule, on Monday.  We apologise for the continued delay in the launch of the service and hope that everything required to do so will be in the coming working days.

 

Wiltshire

CLS – Charlton and Little Somerford

Update published: Wednesday, September 12th 2018

We have met with Historic England and the church authorities and a design has now been approved – all that is required is for the church to complete the paperwork.

We expect to activate this service in September.

 

YAT – Yatesbury 

Update published: Wednesday, September 12th 2018

BT OpenReach has nearly completed the work at the fibre side and work will commence towards the end of September to build the necessary relay points to bring the working service into Yatesbury.