Hampshire Broadband Maps
Hampshire County Council will be rolling out superfast broadband across the county, with plans to reach 90% of premises by the end of 2015 and at least 95% of premises by the end of 2017.
They have put together a Big Picture map to show a high level view of planned coverage by the end of 2015 and will be publishing more detailed maps as each phase enters deployment.
Currently our area is scheduled to get superfast broadband (although this could be subject to change and actual speed will depend on distance to the cabinet) by the end of 2015.
A map of Phase One has already been published and there will be at least seven phases in the first part of the project to the end of 2015.
Approximately 64 properties have registered in the association's area so if you haven't already done so please register your interest at www3.hants.gov.uk/broadband as this will strenghen the case for upgrade in our area.
The north eastern part of Hayling Island, Hampshire comprises the village of Northney and the hamlet of Tye, in the midst of farmland and surrounded on three sides by the sea. There are about 260 houses in the area and the population is approximately 650.
Hayling Island is an island shaped like an inverted T which is about 4 miles long by about 4 miles wide. A bridge at the north end connects the island to the mainland at Langstone.
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