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Phase 1 - Complete  

Phase one of the Broadband East Riding Programme is now complete. Over 42,000 homes and businesses now have access to superfast broadband speeds of over 24Mbps. The Programme aims to provide a reliable basic broadband service of at least 2Mbps to the remaining properties within the programme’s intervention area.

The areas shown in yellow on the map below demonstrate where the project aims to invest in superfast broadband.

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Superfast Intervention area
Superfast broadband investment area - Click to enlarge

Phase One Rollout Information

Please see below the locations for work carried out within the BT exchange areas as part of Phase one of the Broadband East Riding Programme.

You can use Broadband East Riding's Interactive map to see if your property can access superfast broadband within the BDUK Programme.

You can also find out what broadband packages are available to you by searching for your address using Ofcom's approved price comparison websites (external website).   

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Stage 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 coverage area map
Stage 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 coverage area map

Further information

  1. The maps above are not accurate at a premises or post code level and should not be interpreted as such. The plans are subject to survey and may change as the roll out commences.
  2. Some areas may only have partial coverage. Premises inside the coverage area are not guaranteed to receive an improvement.
  3. Some areas may be targeted over multiple phases.
  4. The maps are based on information correct at July 2014 and uses data received as part of an Open Market Review exercise carried out in January 2013 by East Riding of Yorkshire Council, a Public Consultation exercise that followed,BDUK data from October 2012 and information supplied by BT as part of the East Riding BDUK framework procurement.
  5. It is not possible to guarantee that every premise in the area will get access to an improved broadband service. East Riding Council cannot advise what line speeds will be available.
  6. To access superfast broadband residents and businesses should contact the service provider of their choice. There may be an additional charge for changing to a new product. Some providers may chose not to provide superfast services in all areas.