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The Government's BDUK programme aims to make superfast broadband available to 95% of the country by December 2017. The Council has signed a contract with British Telecommunications PLC to make superfast broadband available to over 4,500 properties by December 2017.
Further details of the Government's national programme can be found here:
Gov.uk website (external website)
Phase two of the programme is now under way and more than 4,500 properties will be included in the roll-out. The work began in January 2016.
The coverage map below represents plans for Phase two which are subject to survey and may change over the course of the programme.
Superfast Speeds have been made available in the following areas:
January - March 2016: Bridlngton, Mappleton and Keyingham
April - June 2016: Goole, Klpin, Bishop Wilton, Elstronwick, Huggate, Skipsea, Sledmere and Wetwang
July - September 2016: Bielby, Thorngumbald, Seaton Ross, and Wold Newton
October - December 2016: Bempton, Newton on Derwent, Rawcliffe and Hayton
January 2017: Aldbrough, East Garton, Eastrington and Kilham
You can use Broadband East Riding's Interactive map to see if your property is eligible for superfast broadband within the BDUK Programme.