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Broadband Delivery UK money allocation announced



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Jeremy Hunt the culture secretary today announced how the £363 million cut of the proposed £530 million investment in the UK broadband network will be allocated in England and Scotland particularly for those in rural areas.

Mr Hunt said:
“Fast broadband is absolutely vital to our economic growth, to delivering public services effectively, and to conducting our everyday lives”.

“But some areas of the UK are missing out, with many rural and hard-to-reach communities suffering painfully slow internet connections or no coverage at all. We are not prepared to let some parts of our country get left behind in the digital age”.

The breakdown is as follows:

  1. Bedfordshire – £1,060,000
  2. Berkshire – £1,430,000
  3. Buckinghamshire – £2,100,000
  4. Cambridgeshire – £6,750,000
  5. Cheshire – £3,240,000
  6. Cornwall & Isles of Scilly – £0 (presumed covered by BT measures)
  7. Cumbria – £17,130,000
  8. Derbyshire – £7,390,000
  9. Devon & Somerset – £31,320,000
  10. Dorset – £9,440,000
  11. Durham – £7,790,000
  12. East Sussex – £10,640,000
  13. Essex – £6,460,000
  14. Gloucestershire – £8,070,000
  15. Greater London – £0 (presumed covered privately)
  16. Greater Manchester – £990,000
  17. Hampshire & the Isle Of Wight – £8,420,000
  18. Herefordshire – £6,350,000
  19. Hertfordshire – £1,110,000
  20. Humber – £8,540,000 (subject to revision)
  21. Kent – £9,870,000
  22. Lancashire – £10,830,00
  23. Leicestershire & Rutland – £3,880,000
  24. Lincolnshire – £14,310,000
  25. Merseyside – £5,460,000
  26. Norfolk – £15,440,000
  27. Northamptonshire – £4,080,000
  28. Northumberland – £7,030,000
  29. North Yorkshire – £17,840,000
  30. Nottinghamshire – £4,250,000
  31. Oxfordshire – £3,860,000
  32. Shropshire – £8,210,000
  33. South Yorkshire – £0 (presumed covered by digital region limited)
  34. Staffordshire – £7,440,000
  35. Suffolk – £11,880,000
  36. Surrey – £1,310,000
  37. Tees Valley – £770,000
  38. Tyne and Wear – £3,420,000
  39. Warwickshire – £4,070,000
  40. West of England – £1,430,000
  41. West Midlands – £630,000
  42. West Sussex – £6,260,000
  43. West Yorkshire – £6,340,000

The aim of the scheme is to have 90% of the UK having access to at least 2mbps by the year 2015, Mr Hunt has urged those with frustratingly slow connections to contact their local elected representatives to push for better connections in their areas.

The private sector is said to be covering around two thirds of the UK, the funding from the BDUK is for those area’s deemed in need not those that necessarily have more people living or working in a particular county.

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  • Eternalchaos

    It's complete bull****, Wales gets zero money :@