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Wednesday, April 28th, 2021 (9:55 am) - Score 648
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City-focused UK ISP Hyperoptic, which is building a gigabit-capable “full fibre” (FTTP/B) broadband network across large residential buildings (MDUs), office blocks and houses, has signed an agreement to extend their network across houses managed by Notting Hill Genesis in London and the South East.

The deal with Notting Hill Genesis is important because they’re one of the largest housing associations in London and the South East, providing around 66,000 homes in total.

We note that Hyperoptic has already installed its services into over 7,000 of those homes and the deal, which no doubt includes a master wayleave of some sort (legal land/property access agreement), should enable them to cover the rest. On top of that the operator has also provided a free service for the association’s door entry systems and site offices.

Liam McAvoy, Hyperoptic’s MD of Business Development, said:

“Access to hyperfast, reliable connectivity has never been so important. It is the heart of the home, connecting people to their communities and supporting new ways of living and working. Housing providers have a really important role to play to Gigabit Britain, which is why developing our relationships with progressive companies like Notting Hill Genesis is a strategic priority for us.”

Mana Sekhon, NHG Compliance Delivery Manager, added:

“We are very pleased with our partnership to date with Hyperoptic. They are very easy to work with; always following through on delivery plans and maintaining communication at all times. The feedback from residents has been so positive that it just makes perfect sense to extend our relationship across our whole portfolio.”

At present Hyperoptic’s fibre is already present in parts of 43 UK towns and cities, across well over 400,000 premises, and they have previously expressed an ambition to cover 2 million UK premises by the end of 2021 and then 5 million by the end of 2024 (mostly in urban areas). A lot of this work involves going into large residential buildings (Multiple Dwelling Units).

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By Mark Jackson
Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on Twitter, , Facebook and Linkedin.
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2 Responses
  1. Jordan says:

    Oh so i should be getting hyperoptic soon!

    1. Matthew says:

      Maybe. I suspect Hyperoptic will want to see enough residents register interest in their service to make it viable.

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