About the Better Broadband for Nottinghamshire programme
Superfast broadband is spreading across the county with the Better Broadband for Nottinghamshire programme.
The Better Broadband for Nottinghamshire programme aims to bring superfast broadband to over 98% of the county by the end of 2018. Unlike some previous improvements, you will not get access to faster speeds automatically. You need to take action now to unlock the huge benefits for both business and home.
The majority of properties in Nottinghamshire can already access superfast broadband. To see if you can, have a look on the availability checker. If you already know that you can access superfast, we recommend using a price comparison tool to find the best deals available in your area.
To find out how superfast broadband is helping people in Nottinghamshire, view our case studies.
13 June 2018: New £2.7m broadband boost for Nottinghamshire
2,500 premises in Bassetlaw and Newark & Sherwood are to get ultrafast broadband speeds as the County Council awards a £2.7 million digital infrastructure contract to Openreach.
9 November 2017: Council Leader welcomes new home ultrafast broadband announcement
The Leader of the County Council has welcomed an announcement by Openreach that new-build homes in Beeston, Hucknall, Radcliffe-on-Trent and Worksop will have access to some of the fastest broadband speeds in the country.
20 July 2017: Broadband roll-out in Notts set for further extension
The roll-out of superfast broadband in Nottinghamshire is to be extended beyond 2018 after further funding was secured to give access to some of the county's most remote properties.
21 April 2017: Funding streams open for D2N2 Digital Growth Programme
Organisations across Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire can now apply for grants of up to £16,000 to improve their digital capabilities.
6 February 2017: Nottinghamshire now the best connected county in the Midlands thanks to £29 million broadband partnership
Businesses on the Manvers Business Park in Cotgrave have become the latest to benefit from a £29m investment in Nottinghamshire’s digital infrastructure. The investment means that Crocodile Stores can remain based in Cotgrave and continue to develop and grow locally.
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