BDUK: The information they WILL share

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My ongoing piece about where BDUK is rolling out across the country is detailing the responses I am getting from councils as I try and make them give full details at a postcode level of where it will and will not be installed.

As you will know, there has been a lot of resistance to the publishing of this data and many excuses being made by all the parties involved.

But, there has definitely been some progress in revealing plans for BDUK county by county and the majority of the councils have websites now live giving limited information.

I wanted to make sure you all knew where these websites were so I have brought them all together in this blog.

Are the links below enough? No. We need more information and it should be on the postcode level, as was originally promised by many of the parties involved. But, in the meantime, here is what has been published which should give you a better idea at least.

Devon and Somerset

http://www.connectingdevonandsomerset.co.uk/final-coverage-map/

North Yorkshire

http://www.superfastnorthyorkshire.com/where-and-when

Surrey

http://www.superfastsurrey.org.uk/postcode/

Herefordshire & Gloucestershire

http://www.fastershire.com/homepage

Norfolk

http://www.fastershire.com/homepage

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

http://www.connectingcambridgeshire.co.uk/map/

Lincolnshire

http://www.onlincolnshire.org/my-area/maps

Northamptonshire

http://superfastnorthamptonshire.net/894-2/

Durham, Gateshead Tees Valley and Sunderland

http://www.durham.gov.uk/pages/digitaldurhamdelivery.aspx

Cheshire

http://www.connectingcheshire.org.uk/check-availability

North and North East Lincolnshire

http://www.investinnorthlincolnshire.co.uk/business-support/broadband-project/

Scotland

http://www.digitalscotland.org/superfast-broadband/check-availability/when-and-where/

Lancashire

https://www.superfastlancashire.com/check-availability

Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire

http://www.connectedcounties.org/homepage/18168309

Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire

http://www.cswbroadband.org.uk/the-project/latest-maps/nga-network-coverage-map/

Dorset, Bournemouth and Poole

http://mapping.dorsetforyou.com/superfast/availability/map

Wiltshire and South Gloucestershire

http://www.southglos.gov.uk/Pages/Article%20Pages/Chief%20Executive%20-%20Corporate%20Resources/Broadband/Broadband-expected-fibre-coverage-12132.aspx#.UoY1_Pm9nh4

Kent and Medway

http://www.kent.gov.uk/community_and_living/community_grants_and_funding/broadband/broadband_maps.aspx

East Sussex, Brighton and Hove

http://www.goesussex.co.uk/sites/default/files/pdf/where-and-when-by-exchange-as-at-sept-2013.pdf

Worcestershire

http://www.worcestershire.gov.uk/cms/superfast-worcestershire/about-superfast-worcestershire.aspx

Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent

http://www.staffordshire.gov.uk/business/ICT/BroadbandConsultation/BetterBroadband.aspx

Wales

http://www.superfast-cymru.com/home

Nottinghamshire

http://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/living/business/broadband/broadbandwhereandwhen/

Essex, Southend-on-Sea, Thurrock

http://www.superfastessex.org/Maps.aspx

Derbyshire

http://www.derbyshire.gov.uk/business/community_broadband/expected_roll_out/default.asp

Leicestershire and City of Leicester

http://www.leics.gov.uk/outlinebroadbandmap.pdf

Hampshire

http://www3.hants.gov.uk/broadband/broadband-maps.htm

West Yorkshire

http://www.superfastwestyorkshire.co.uk/coverage

Oxfordshire

http://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/content/broadband-coverage-map

Suffolk

http://www.betterbroadbandsuffolk.com/LineCheck.aspx

East Riding of Yorkshire

http://broadband.eastriding.gov.uk/

Northumberland

http://www.inorthumberland.org.uk/my-area

Shropshire

http://connectingshropshire.co.uk/connecting-shropshire-fibre-deployment-map/

West Sussex

https://www.westsussex.gov.uk/living/broadband/when_where_and_how.aspx

Berkshire

http://www.superfastberkshire.org.uk/index.aspx?articleid=24071

Cumbria

http://www.connectingcumbria.org.uk/when-and-where

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I'd very much like to see a ranking here. Is any local authority setting the gold standard that others could emulate or is everyone deficient? No one likes to be at the bottom of a league table!

These appear to be just the "high level" maps. The detail required in the EU state aid approval is still missing. There is therefore a real risk that BT may have to repay this. This may have been factored into their current share price which some analysts say is 10% below the value of the network operations alone (i.e. stripping out content and systems intergration etc.)

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