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By: MarkJ - 30 November, 2011 (12:01 AM)
The government's new 2011 National Infrastructure Plan (NIP), which we covered in yesterday's news (here), also included an interesting UK map of superfast broadband availability and investment. Most of it has been constructed from familiar Ofcom data, although it also "depicts Broadband Delivery UK investment and BT’s fibre-optic roll out plans". As a result some of you are bound to find it of interest.

bduk uk superfast broadband 2011 map

The NIP states that "current regional performance looks particularly weak as far as coverage of superfast broadband is concerned". As Ofcom has said before, the overall availability of superfast broadband is currently restricted to 58% of the UK’s population, with very large regional variations. For example, 97% cent of Northern Ireland’s population has access to superfast broadband but only 30-40% of Wales and Scotland do.
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