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UK Gigabit Programme: Derbyshire Public Review

The government is on a mission to deliver lightning-fast, reliable broadband to everyone in the UK and is investing £5 billion in Project Gigabit to ensure that hard-to-reach communities are not left out. Building Digital UK (BDUK) is carrying out a public review to help identify areas in Derbyshire that may be suitable for future public funding for gigabit-capable broadband.

BDUK wishes to hear from all relevant stakeholders - including the public and businesses, particularly in relation to the proposed mapped eligible areas.

BDUK is also seeking further information and supporting evidence from internet service providers and broadband infrastructure operators in relation to the presence of gigabit-capable broadband infrastructure within the project area.

This public review opens on 29 March 2022 at 5pm and closes on 29 April 2022 at 5pm.

Find out more information and respond to this public review.

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