Broadband connectivity: how does your local council compare?

Our analysis of almost 400 UK council websites and Ofcom performance statistics revealed that many councils have missed their own targets and deadlines for improving broadband connectivity in their areas.

Choose your local council from the list below to check whether it has met its target for broadband if it has one. You’ll also be able to put these plans in context of actual broadband performance levels as compiled by Ofcom.

The results may surprise you - just 12 out of 391 UK Councils that we analysed have reached 95% levels of superfast broadband penetration or higher, the UKs target, based on Ofcom’s connected nations report. Also:

  • The average percentage of premises with superfast broadband speeds was just 58% based on Ofcom’s report - nearly 40% lower than the 95% UK target
  • Sixty-seven councils have failed to meet the targets they set themselves within the timeframes they identified
  • One hundred councils have yet to reach their target but are still within the timeframes laid out on their websites

You can navigate to your area using the bar on the right of this page. For each council listed below we have provided a point of contact - we would encourage you to get in touch with them to find out more about broadband rollout in your area.

Also, to check you are getting the best deal in your area, enter your postcode into our impartial comparison tool.

Northern Scotland

Na h-Eileanan Siar had targeted the rollout of superfast broadband services to 69% of the Outer Hebrides by early 2017. Superfast broadband is currently available in 54% of premises with an average download speed of 21.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact remmott@cne-siar.gov.uk

Highland

Highland is targeting providing superfast broadband at speeds of up to 80Mbps for 200,000 properties across the region. It has not provided a target date by which to achieve this. Superfast broadband is currently available in 70% of premises with an average download speed of 21.7Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact stuart.robertson@hient.co.uk

Moray

Moray had targeted that 93% of premises would be connected to high speed broadband by the end of December 2016. But it did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 80% of premises with an average download speed of 24Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact alan.macbeth@moray.gov.uk

Aberdeen City

Aberdeen City is targeting providing access to gigabit-speed broadband, at speeds of up to 1,000Mbps, for “nearly every home and business” by midway through 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 90% of premises with an average download speed of 26.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact dlumsden@aberdeencity.gov.uk

Aberdeenshire

Aberdeenshire is targeting 90% of premises to have access to fibre broadband offering download speeds of 24Mbps or better by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 72% of premises with an average download speed of 23.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact roddy.matheson@aberdeenshire.gov.uk

Angus

Angus had a target of enabling almost 12,000 households and businesses to access connections at speeds of up to 80Mbps. Superfast broadband is currently available in 68% of premises with an average download speed of 29.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact accessline@angus.gov.uk

Perth and Kinross

Perth and Kinross had targeted for 90% of premises to have access to superfast broadband speeds of 24Mbps or more by 2018. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 47% of premises with an average download speed of 36.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact www.scotlandsuperfast.com/contact

Stirling

Stirling has no target on its website for how many premises it intends to have superfast broadband. Superfast broadband is currently available in 84% of premises with an average download speed of 24.3Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact baillied@stirling.gov.uk

Fife

Fife had targeted enabling superfast broadband access at speeds of over 24Mbps to 98.4% of premises by March 2018. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 64% of premises with an average download speed of 39.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact through http://www.digitalfife.com/

Argyll and Bute

Argyll and Bute has not published a target for superfast broadband on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 69% of premises with an average download speed of 20.2Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact aileen.morton@argyll-bute.gov.uk

Clackmannanshire

Clackmannanshire was part of the Digital Scotland initiative to connect 95% of Scotland with superfast broadband by 2017. It didn’t meet the target and superfast broadband is currently available in 91% of premises with an average download speed of 26.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact itcustomerservices@clacks.gov.uk

Dundee City

Dundee City intends for individuals and businesses to have access to superfast broadband speeds of over 30Mbps but provided no date to meet this target on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 16% of premises with an average download speed of 64.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact mike.galloway@dundeecity.gov.uk

Inverclyde

Inverclyde expected superfast broadband to be available to over 96% of the population by the end of 2017. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 31% of premises with an average download speed of 62.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact stephen.mccabe@inverclyde.gov.uk

East Dunbartonshire

East Dunbartonshire has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 91% of premises with an average download speed of 60.9Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact contact.centre@eastdunbarton.gov.uk

West Dunbartonshire

West Dunbartonshire has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 11% of premises with an average download speed of 71.2Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact david.mcbride@west-dunbarton.gov.uk

Falkirk

Falkirk is included in a Scotland-wide target for another 26,000 premises to have access to fibre broadband at speeds of over 30Mbps. Superfast broadband is currently available in 65% of Falkirk premises with an average download speed of 63.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact business@falkirk.gov.uk

Shetland Islands

Shetland Islands targets providing a minimum of 4Mbps broadband internet access for all schools and other Council locations. No date has been given to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 64% of premises with an average download speed of 21Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact nrj.grant@shetland.gov.uk

Orkney Islands

Orkney Islands is included in a target to increase access to fibre based services to 84% of premises in the Highlands and Islands. No target date has been given for this. Superfast broadband is currently available in 58% of premises with an average download speed of 17.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact steven.heddle@council.orkney.gov.uk

Southern Scotland

South Lanarkshire

South Lanarkshire had targeted for 19,000 households and businesses to have access to their “fastest-ever” broadband speeds by 2016. Superfast broadband is currently available in 35% of premises with an average download speed of 52.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact michael.mcglynn2@southlanarkshire.gov.uk

North Lanarkshire

North Lanarkshire had said in 2017 that at least 97.3% of premises had access to fibre broadband speeds of more than 24 Mbps. But superfast broadband is currently available in 29% of premises with an average download speed of 58.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact businesssupport@northlan.gov.uk

South Ayrshire

South Ayrshire is targeting superfast broadband speeds of over 30Mbps, but does not provide a date for this target on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 48% of premises with an average download speed of 32.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact listeningtoyou@south-ayrshire.gov.uk

East Ayrshire

East Ayrshire is targeting providing access to superfast broadband at speeds of over 30Mbps to 98% of premises by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 63% of premises with an average download speed of 32.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact localdevelopmentplans@east-ayrshire.gov.uk

North Ayrshire

North Ayrshire targeted providing superfast broadband speeds of over 24Mbps to over 900 homes and businesses by February 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 69% of premises with an average download speed of 29.4Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact contactus@north-ayrshire.gov.uk

East Renfrewshire

East Renfrewshire had previously targeted 95% superfast broadband coverage at speeds of over 30Mbps by the end of 2017. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 47% of premises with an average download speed of 56.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customerservices@eastrenfrewshire.gov.uk

Renfrewshire

Renfrewshire had targeted for 95% of premises to have access to superfast broadband speeds of 24Mbps by 2017. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 47% of premises with an average download speed of 55.5Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact contact@renfrewshire.gov.uk

Glasgow City

Glasgow City says it is among the first UK locations to pilot Gfast technology, offering download speeds up to 330Mbps. Superfast broadband is currently available in 72% of premises with an average download speed of 42.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact
angus.millar@glasgow.gov.uk

West Lothian

West Lothian had previously said that by 2017 it expected to have one of the highest levels of Superfast Broadband coverage in Scotland and the UK. Superfast broadband is currently available in 62% of premises with an average download speed of 41.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customer.service@westlothian.gov.uk

East Lothian

East Lothian was part of a previous Scotland-wide target for another 26,000 premises to have access to fibre broadband at speeds of over 30Mbps. Superfast broadband is currently available in 83% of East Lothian premises with an average download speed of 23.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact jmcmillan@eastlothian.gov.uk

Midlothian

Midlothian had targeted providing access to superfast broadband to more than 5,000 households and businesses by 2016. Superfast broadband is currently available in 84% of premises with an average download speed of 23.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact contactcentre@midlothian.gov.uk

City of Edinburgh

In the City of Edinburgh, it had been reported that 98.5% of homes and businesses already have access to superfast broadband speeds of 24Mbps and above. But superfast broadband is currently available in 21% of premises with an average download speed of 59.6Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact myedinburgh@edinburgh.gov.uk

Dumfries and Galloway

Dumfries and Galloway has no target for superfast broadband coverage on its webiste, but coverage has expanded as part of the Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband rollout. Superfast broadband is currently available in 76% of premises with an average download speed of 22.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact Archie.Dryburgh@dumgal.gov.uk

Scottish Borders

Scottish Borders was included in plan to provide high speed fibre broadband to around 95% of Scotland by the end of March 2018. This target was missed - superfast broadband is currently available in 74% of Scottish Borders premises with an average download speed of 23.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact CustomerAdvice@scotborders.gov.uk

Cumbria

Barrow-in-Furness

Barrow-in-Furness is targeting the complete roll-out of superfast broadband across Barrow & District through the Connecting Cumbria Project. Its target speed is above 24Mbps by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 98% of premises with an average download speed of 29.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customerservices@barrowbc.gov.uk

South Lakeland

South Lakeland is targeting for 94.1% of premises to have superfast broadband by September 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 81% of premises with an average download speed of 30.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customer.services@southlakeland.gov.uk

Copeland

Copeland aims to bring superfast broadband, at speeds of over 24Mbps, to most properties in the county by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 87% of premises with an average download speed of 26.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@copeland.gov.uk

Eden

Eden, as part of Connecting Cumbria Phase 2, aims to extend the availability of superfast broadband at speeds of above 30Mbps, to 95% of premises by mid 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 73% of premises with an average download speed of 23.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact Customer.Services@eden.gov.uk

Allerdale

Allerdale aims to bring superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to most properties in the county by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 86% of premises with an average download speed of 25.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact regeneration@allerdale.gov.uk

Carlisle

Carlisle aims to bring superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to “most” properties in the county by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 63% of premises with an average download speed of 32Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact edadmin@carlisle.gov.uk

Northeast

Northumberland

Northumberland is targeting bringing superfast broadband to over 95% of the county, at speeds of over 24Mbps, by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 87% of premises with an average download speed of 25.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@inorthumberland.org.uk

County Durham

County Durham is part of a target to transform broadband speeds for residents and businesses across County Durham, Gateshead, Sunderland and Tees Valley. Specifically, 27,000 homes and businesses are targeted to have superfast broadbrand at speeds of over 24Mbps. Superfast broadband is currently available in 91% of premises with an average download speed of 26.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact digital.durham@durham.gov.uk

North Tyneside

North Tyneside has targeted a roll-out of superfast broadband to reach at least 99.8% coverage across the borough by the end of 2019. Broadband is currently available in 38% of premises with an average download speed of 50.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact mark.wilson@northtyneside.gov.uk

Newcastle upon Tyne

Newcastle upon Tyne had a target to make superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps available to 97% of homes and businesses by 2015. It missed this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 71% of premises with an average download speed of 46.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact godigital@newcastle.gov.uk

South Tyneside

South Tyneside has said “hundreds of homes and businesses in Sunderland and South Tyneside are set to get access to broadband speeds up to 30 times faster than the UK average”. Superfast broadband is currently available in 94% of premises with an average download speed of 61.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customerhelp@southtyneside.gov.uk

Gateshead

Gateshead Borough Council aims to make sure that as many homes and businesses in Gateshead as possible can get access to faster broadband, at speeds of more than 24Mbps. It has not provided a date for this target to be met. Superfast broadband is currently available in 28% of premises with an average download speed of 51.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadbanddevelopment@gateshead.gov.uk

Sunderland

Sunderland has not published a target for superfast broadband on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 47% of premises with an average download speed of 46.6Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact digital.durham@durham.gov.uk

Middlesbrough

Middlesbrough has targeted providing access to superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to at least 95% of premises, but not provided a date to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 9% of premises with an average download speed of 63.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact digital.durham@durham.gov.uk

Darlington

Darlington is part of a target to transform broadband speeds for residents and businesses across County Durham, Gateshead, Sunderland and Tees Valley. Specifically, 27,000 homes and businesses are targeted to have superfast broadbrand at speeds of over 24Mbps. Superfast broadband is currently available in 16% of premises with an average download speed of 62.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact digital.durham@durham.gov.uk

Hartlepool

Hartlepool was included in a target to enable access to broadband speeds of over 24Mbps for 27,000 homes and businesses by the end of September 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 19% of premises with an average download speed of 67.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact digital.durham@durham.gov.uk

Stockton-on-Tees

Stockton-on-Tees has a target for at least 95% of premises to obtain superfast broadband at speeds above 24Mbps. It has not provided a date for this target to be met. Superfast broadband is currently available in 31% of premises with an average download speed of 64.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact digital.durham@durham.gov.uk

Redcar and Cleveland

Redcar and Cleveland is included in a Digital Durham target to provide superfast broadband to 27,000 homes and businesses at speeds above 24Mbps by September 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 30% of premises with an average download speed of 64.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact digital.durham@durham.gov.uk

Yorkshire

Wakefield

Wakefield is targeting an increase in coverage of superfast broadband to 97% of households and businesses. Superfast broadband is currently available in 62% of premises with an average download speed of 35.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@wakefieldfirst.com

Kirklees

Kirklees had targeted providing 95% of all premises with access to superfast broadband, at 24Mb or more, by the end of 2017. This target was not met - superfast Broadband is currently available in 40% of premises with an average download speed of 44.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customer.enquiries@kirklees.gov.uk

Calderdale

Calderdale previously targeted for all communities and businesses to have access to broadband at a miniumum speed of 2Mbps by 2017 and 30Mbps by 2026. Superfast broadband is currently available in 70% of premises with an average download speed of 36.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customer.first@calderdale.gov.uk.

Scarborough

Scarborough had targeted that by the end of 2014, the county “would benefit from a step change in broadband connectivity” with 90% of homes and businesses receiving speeds of over 24Mbps. It met this target and Superfast broadband is currently available in 90% of premises with an average download speed of 27.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customer.first@scarborough.gov.uk

Ryedale

Ryedale had a target to provide 15,000 premises with superfast broadband at speeds of above 24Mbps by the end of June 2017. Superfast broadband is currently available in 75% of premises with an average download speed of 25.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact https://www.ryedale.gov.uk/contact/service-enquiry.html

Hambleton

Hambleton is targeting for 95% of premises in the county to achieve broadband speeds of 25Mbps by 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 81% of premises with an average download speed of 28.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@hambleton.gov.uk

Harrogate

Harrogate was included in a target to transform North Yorkshire's broadband speeds by the end of 2014. Superfast Broadband is currently available in 41% of premises with an average download speed of 44.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact business@harrogate.gov.uk

Craven

Craven says more than 25,000 premises already have access to high-speed fibre broadband as part of the Superfast North Yorkshire project. It has no other target for superfast broadband roll-out on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 83% of Craven premises with an average download speed of 36.4Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact contactus@cravendc.gov.uk

Richmondshire

Richmondshire had targeted for up to 90 per cent of premises to have access to superfast broadband speeds of 25Mbps by Summer 2017. It missed this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 76% of premises with an average download speed of 24.3Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries@richmondshire.gov.uk

York

York had targeted that in 2017 and at the start of 2018, superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps would be extended to a further 850 premises. Superfast Broadband is currently available in 42% of premises with an average download speed of 102.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact digitalcity@york.gov.uk

East Riding of Yorkshire

East Riding of Yorkshire is planning to extend superfast coverage by over 2,000 premises and increasing its total delivery target to over 6,500 homes and businesses by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 51% of premises with an average download speed of 39.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@eastriding.gov.uk

Doncaster

Doncaster was included in 2014 plans to extend the availability of high-speed, fibre broadband to around 98% of homes and businesses in South Yorkshire. No deadline was given for this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 52% of Doncaster premises with an average download speed of 36.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customer.services@doncaster.gov.uk

Barnsley

Barnsley is included in plans to extend Superfast Broadband accessibility across South Yorkshire in order to make fibre broadband available to as close to 100% coverage as technically possible, by June 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 56% of Barnsley premises with an average download speed of 37.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Sheffield

Sheffield’s target is to make fibre broadband and superfast - at speeds of over 24Mbps - available to as close to 100% coverage as possible. It has not provided a date to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 51% of premises with an average download speed of 38Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Selby

Selby had previously targeted to “transform North Yorkshire's broadband speeds by the end of 2014”, but provided no specific details. Superfast broadband is currently available in 79% of premises with an average download speed of 26.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@selby.gov.uk

Leeds

Leeds is included in a target for West Yorkshire and York to increase superfast broadband to over 98% of the region by the end of June 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 73% of premises with an average download speed of 49Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact general.enquiries@leeds.gov.uk

Bradford

Bradford announced a partnership in 2017 between local residents and Openreach to make high-speed broadband available to 130 households in the Bradford community. No date was provided to meet this target. Superfast Broadband is currently available in 23% of premises with an average download speed of 48Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Kingston upon Hull

In Kingston upon Hull, KCOM has announced it will roll-out superfast broadband at speeds of 100Mbps to more than 200,000 properties by March 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in just 1% of premises with an average download speed of 41.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@hullcc.gov.uk

Rotherham

Rotherham has targeted providing high-speed, fibre broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to around 98% of homes and businesses in the city region. It did not provide a date to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 51% of premises with an average download speed of 38.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Lancashire

Chorley

Chorley was included in plans for 99% of Lancashire homes and businesses to have access to broadband speeds above 24Mbps by March 2018. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 49% of Chorley premises with an average download speed of 44.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact kim.snape@lancashire.gov.uk

West Lancashire

West Lancashire is part of a target to bring fast, fibre broadband to 675,000 homes and businesses across Lancashire. No target date has been stated. Superfast broadband is currently available in 85% of West Lancashire premises with an average download speed of 25.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact superfast@lancashire.gov.uk

Pendle

Pendle is part of a plan to bring fast, fibre broadband to 675,000 homes and businesses across Lancashire. No date was given for this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 94% of premises with an average download speed of 40.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact superfast@lancashire.gov.uk

Burnley

Burnley has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 98% of premises with an average download speed 54Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact superfast@lancashire.gov.uk

Rossendale

Rossendale has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 93% of premises with an average download speed of 38.4Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact generalenquiries@rossendalebc.gov.uk

Blackburn with Darwen

Blackburn with Darwen was included in a target to bring fast, fibre broadband at speeds of of over 24Mbps to 675,000 homes and businesses across Lancashire. No target date was stated. Superfast broadband is currently available in 38% of premises with an average download speed of 44.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@blackburn.gov.uk

Hyndburn

Hyndburn has not published a target for superfast broadband on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 47% of premises with an average download speed of 44.4Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries@hyndburnbc.gov.uk

South Ribble

South Ribble has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 33% of premises with an average download speed of 49.3Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Preston

Preston has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 31% of premises with an average download speed of 49Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@preston.gov.uk

Blackpool

Blackpool is included in a target to bring fast, fibre broadband to 675,000 homes and businesses across Lancashire at speeds of above 24Mbps. No target date is given. Superfast broadband is currently available in 74% of premises with an average download speed of 49.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact superfast@lancashire.gov.uk

Fylde

Fylde is targeting ultra fast speeds of over 300Mbps, but has provided no timeline for this or details of the number of premises included in the target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 70% of premises with an average download speed of 33.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact listening@fylde.gov.uk

Ribble Valley

Ribble Valley had targetd 99% of premises would have access to superfast broadband by the end of 2017. Superfast broadband is currently available in 82% of premises with an average download speed of 27Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact webmaster@ribblevalley.gov.uk

Lancaster City

Lancaster City Council has no target for superfast broadband roll-out on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 84% of premises with an average download speed of 57.2Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customerservices@lancaster.gov.uk

Wyre

Wyre was part of the Superfast Lancashire project to bring high-speed broadband to 97% of Lancashire homes and businesses by the end of 2015. This target was not met - superfast broadband is currently available in 87% of Wyre premises with an average download speed of 26.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact superfast@lancashire.gov.uk

Greater Manchester

Rochdale

Rochdale is targeting superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps for over 99.6% of premises in the borough by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 83% of premises with an average download speed of 42.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact council@rochdale.gov.uk

Bury

Bury had previously targeted enabling access to superfast broadband to 99% of premises across the borough by 2016. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 61% of premises with an average download speed of 39.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Bolton

Bolton had previously targeted for more than 6,000 homes and businesses to have access to high speed internet of 20Mbps by March 2016. Superfast broadband is currently available in 29% of premises with an average download speed of 54.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Manchester

Manchester, in its Digital Manchester 2012 strategy, said its primary aims were to be a city that is well connected, with ultrafast broadband available to all businesses by the end of 2015. It did not meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 51% of premises with an average download speed of 41.2Mbps. See here or more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact p.bradley@manchester.gov.uk

Wigan

In Wigan, it had been reported that 99.2% of homes and businesses can upgrade their internet connections to speeds of 24Mbps or faster. But superfast broadband is currently available in 22% of premises with an average download speed of 58.6Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

Stockport

Stockport had said that over 99% of all premises had access to superfast broadband. But superfast broadband is currently available in 22% of premises with an average download speed of 60.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Salford

Salford has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 23% of premises with an average download speed of 50.4Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact business@salford.gov.uk

Oldham

Oldham had targeted for superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to reach 99.6% of premises by the end of 2017. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 35% of premises with an average download speed of 49.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact graham.mckendrick@oldham.gov.uk

Tameside

Tameside has no target for superfast broadband roll-out on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 84% of premises with an average download speed of 39.5Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact 0161 342 8355.

Trafford

Trafford has not published a target for superfast broadband on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 63% of premises with an average download speed of 51.9Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact access.trafford@trafford.gov.uk

Merseyside & northwest

Liverpool

Liverpool has targeted for tens of thousands of premises to benefit from ultrafast fibre broadband of over 100Mbps by 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 21% of premises with an average download speed of 53.4Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact merseysideconnected@liverpool.gov.uk

St. Helens

St. Helens is part of Merseyside Connected, a joint project to provide superfast broadband speeds above 24mbps to the region. A date to meet this target was not provided. Superfast broadband is currently available in 15% of St. Helens premises with an average download speed of 59.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact merseysideconnected@liverpool.gov.uk

Knowsley

Knowsley has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 26% of premises with an average download speed of 56.6Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact merseysideconnected@liverpool.gov.uk

Wirral

Wirral has no target for superfast broadband roll-out on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 78% of premises with an average download speed of 44.7Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact merseysideconnected@liverpool.gov.uk

Sefton

Sefton is part of Merseyside Connected, a joint project to provide super-fast broadband speeds above 24mbps to the region. A target date is not provided. Superfast broadband is currently available in 48% of Sefton premises with an average download speed of 51.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact merseysideconnected@liverpool.gov.uk

Derbyshire

South Derbyshire

South Derbyshire is included in plans to provide superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to 98% of homes and businesses by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 83% of premises with an average download speed of 30.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@derbyshire.gov.uk

North East Derbyshire

North East Derbyshire is part of a Derbyshire-wide target to provide Superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to 98% of homes and businesses by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 85% of premises with an average download speed of 25.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@derbyshire.gov.uk

Amber Valley

Amber Valley is part of a tatget for 98% of homes and businesses in Derbyshire to be able to access speeds of at least 24Mbps by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 87% of premises with an average download speed of 25.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@derbyshire.gov.uk

Chesterfield

Chesterfield was part of a Digital Derbyshire target to deliver broadband speeds over 24mbps across 90% of the county and 2mbps to the remaining 10% by 2015. The target was met and superfast broadband is currently available in 94% of premises with an average download speed of 33Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@derbyshire.gov.uk

Derby

Derby is included in a target for 98% of homes and businesses in Derbyshire to be able to access speeds of at least 24Mbps by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 26% of Derby premises with an average download speed of 59.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@derbyshire.gov.uk

Erewash

Erewash, as part of Digital Derbyshire, is targeting for 98% of homes and businesses to have access to superfast broadband of 24Mbps by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 29% of premises with an average download speed of 55.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@derbyshire.gov.uk

Derbyshire Dales

Derbyshire Dales is included in plans to make superfast broadband services available to 98% of of homes and businesses at speeds of over 24Mbps by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 77% of premises with an average download speed of 22.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@derbyshire.gov.uk

High Peak

High Peak was part of a Peak District target to provide superfast broadband to at least 95% of properties by 2017, and a minimum speed of 2Mbps to remaining properties. This targe was not met - superfast broadband is currently available in 86% of premises with an average download speed of 24.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customer.service@peakdistrict.gov.uk

Bolsover

Bolsover has targeted providing superfast broadbrand at speeds of over 24Mbps to 98% of homes and businesses by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 91% of premises with an average download speed of 35.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@derbyshire.gov.uk

Nottinghamshire

Nottingham

Nottingham had been included in a target for 98% of Nottinghamshire's premises to be able to access a fibre network capable of delivering superfast broadband speeds over 24Mbps by 2018. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 20% of premises with an average download speed of 62.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries.broadband@nottscc.gov.uk

Gedling

Gedling was included in a target of 98% of Nottinghamshire's premises having access to a fibre network capable of delivering superfast broadband by 2018. It missed this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 77% of premises with an average download speed of 62.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries.broadband@nottscc.gov.uk

Bassetlaw

Bassetlaw was part of a target for 98% of Nottinghamshire homes and businesses to have access to fibre broadband by Spring 2018. But it did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 88% of premises with an average download speed of 28.3Mbps.See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Newark and Sherwood

Newark and Sherwood was included in a target for 98% of Nottinghamshire's premises to access a fibre network capable of delivering superfast broadband by 2018. But in Newark and Sherwood Superfast broadband is currently only available to 91% of premises with an average download speed of 44.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries.broadband@nottscc.gov.uk

Rushcliffe

Rushcliffe had a target of providing access to superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to 98% of premises by 2018. It did not meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 31% of premises with an average download speed of 57.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries.broadband@nottscc.gov.uk

Ashfield

Ashfield has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 98% of premises with an average download speed of 63.7Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries.broadband@nottscc.gov.uk

Mansfield

Mansfield targeted extending high speed broadband of over 24Mbps to 95% of homes and businesses by the end of March 2016. It met the target and superfast broadband is currently available in 98% of premises with an average download speed of 58.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries.broadband@nottscc.gov.uk

Broxtowe

Broxtowe has targeted superfast broadband coverage of 99.2%, at speeds of over 24Mbps. No date was provided to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 16% of premises with an average download speed of 65.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries.broadband@nottscc.gov.uk

Lincolnshire, Rutland and Peterborough

North East Lincolnshire

North East Lincolnshire had a target to make fibre broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps available to around 37,000 premises by July 2017. Superfast broadband is currently available in 9% of premises with an average download speed of 71.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customer.requests@nelincs.gov.uk

Boston

Boston is targeting providing faster broadband to over 9,000 additional premises across the county, of which 97% will be in areas designated ‘Rural’ or ‘Very Rural’, by December 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 86% of premises with an average download speed of 22.9Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@boston.gov.uk

Lincoln

Lincoln has a target to provide faster broadband to over 9,000 additional premises across the county, of which 97% will be in areas designated ‘Rural’ or ‘Very Rural’, by December 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 21% of premises with an average download speed of 67.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

North Lincolnshire

North Lincolnshire targets extending fibre coverage to a further 2,300 homes and businesses resulting in 98.5% coverage of superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps by June 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 51% of premises with an average download speed of 45.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact nlbb@northlincs.gov.uk

South Holland

South Holland has targeted providing access to superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to between 95% and 97% of premises, but provides no target date to achieve this by. Superfast broadband is currently available in 80% of premises with an average download speed of 23.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

North Kesteven

North Kesteven is targeting providing faster broadband to over 9000 additional premises across the county, of which 97% will be in areas designated ‘Rural’ or ‘Very Rural’, by December 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 61% of premises with an average download speed of 42.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

South Kesteven

South Kesteven had a target of providing superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to 94% of premises by April 2016. But it did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 89% of premises with an average download speed of 38Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

West Lindsey

West Lindsey had targeted internet connection speeds of up to 50Mbps, even in remote rural areas, by February 2016. Superfast broadband is currently available in 74% of premises with an average download speed of 32.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customer.services@west-lindsey.gov.uk

East Lindsey

East Lindsey is targeting by 2019 to provide faster broadband to over 9,000 additional premises across the county, of which 97% will be in areas designated ‘Rural’ or ‘Very Rural’. Superfast broadband is currently available in 78% of premises with an average download speed of 26.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customerservices@e-lindsey.gov.uk

Peterborough

Peterborough has a target for superfast coverage at speeds of more than 24 Mbps to reach 95% of premises by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 29% of premises with an average download speed of 58.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Rutland

Rutland had previously said that 95% of premises in the county were able to access fibre broadband, the majority of these at superfast speeds. But superfast broadband is currently available in 82% of premises with an average download speed of 34.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact digitalrutland@rutland.gov.uk

Cheshire

Halton

Halton has targeted delivering fibre broadband to areas where it has not been commercially viable to invest previously. It is partnering with BT to provide fibre speeds of over 24Mbps to an additional 96,000 premises by summer 2018. Superfast Broadband is currently available in 40% of premises with an average download speed of 54.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@connectingcheshire.org.uk

Cheshire West and Chester

Cheshire West and Chester are included in a target providing fibre at speeds of over 24Mbps to an additional 96,000 premises by summer 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 75% of premises with an average download speed of 32.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@connectingcheshire.org.uk

Warrington

Warrington has plans to deliver fibre broadband to areas where it has not been commercially viable to invest previously. It is included in a target, through a partnership with BT, for an additional 96,000 premises to have access to fibre at speeds of over 24Mbps by summer 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 33% of premises with an average download speed of 53.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@connectingcheshire.org.uk

Cheshire East

Cheshire East has a target of delivering fibre broadband to areas where it has not been commercially viable to invest previously. It is part of a target for fibre broadband to be available to an additional 96,000 premises in Cheshire East, Cheshire West and Chester, Halton and Warrington by Summer 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 87% of premises with an average download speed of 36.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@connectingcheshire.org.uk

Wales

Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire is included in plans to further extend broadband coverage to the hardest to reach premises across Wales by 2020. But no specific details have been provided for Pembrokeshire, where superfast broadband is currently available in 79% of premises with an average download speed of 25.9Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries@pembrokeshire.gov.uk

Flintshire

Flintshire was included in the Welsh Government’s aim of providing 96% of premises in Wales with access to fast fibre broadband by the end of Spring 2016. Superfast broadband is currently available in 83% of Flintshire premises with an average download speed of 26.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customerservices@flintshire.gov.uk

Vale of Glamorgan

Vale of Glamorgan has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. The Welsh government says by September 2017 more than 661,000 premises in Wales had been given access to superfast broadband and it is working on the next stage of its rollout. In Vale of Glamorgan, Superfast broadband is currently available in 90% of premises with an average download speed of 45.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact c1v@valeofglamorgan.gov.uk

Denbighshire

Denbighshire is targeting an increase in the number of properties with access to Superfast Broadband at speeds of over 30Mbps, but has not provided a date to achieve this goal. Superfast broadband is currently available in 80% of premises with an average download speed of 22.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here customerservice@denbighshire.gov.uk.

Gwynedd

Gwynedd previously targeted for 90% of homes and businesses to have access to fibre broadband offering download speeds of 24Mbps or better by the end of 2017. It missed this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 72% of premises with an average download speed of 21.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Conwy

Conwy has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 88% of premises with an average download speed of 25.1Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact information@conwy.gov.uk

Isle of Anglesey

Isle of Anglesey had a target of providing superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps by the end of 2014. Superfast broadband is currently available in 71% of premises with an average download speed of 23.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact econdev@ynysmon.gov.uk

Powys

Powys has said it intends residents, including the farthest-reaching farming communities, will have access to high-speed internet. It has not provided a target date to fulfil this aim. Superfast broadband is currently available in 59% of premises with an average download speed of 20Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customer@powys.gov.uk

Ceredigion

Ceredigion had targeted providing access to superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to 73% of residences. Superfast broadband is currently available in 59% of premises with an average download speed of 20.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Wrexham

It had been targeted for 24,000 homes and businesses in Wrexham and surrounding areas to have fibre optic at speeds of over 24Mbps to by the end of 2017. Superfast broadband is currently available in 87% of premises with an average download speed of 25.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Bridgend

Bridgend says it has already brought high-speed internet to Bridgend County Borough. Superfast broadband is currently available in 92% of premises with an average download speed of 26.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact talktous@bridgend.gov.uk

Neath Port Talbot

Neath Port Talbot says more than 17,500 homes and businesses are being given the opportunity to connect to superfast broadband across Neath Port Talbot. No date was given for this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 94% of premises with an average download speed of 52.3Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact contactus@npt.gov.uk

Carmarthenshire

Carmarthenshire is targeting providing 14,000 properties with broadband speeds of over 10Mbps, but no deadline date has been provided. Superfast broadband is currently available in 77% of premises with an average download speed of 22.5Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact direct@carmarthenshire.gov.uk

Swansea

Swansea is targeting making fibre broadband available to around 80% of premises offering speeds of up to 80Mbps. Superfast broadband is currently available in 67% of premises with an average download speed of 56.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact contact@swansea.gov.uk

Torfaen

Torfaen says it has completed 89% of the Superfast Cymru roll-out programme. Superfast broadband is now available in 93% of premises with an average download speed of 36.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact calltorfaen@torfaen.gov.uk

Blaenau Gwent

Blaenau Gwent says it is now fully superfast broadband enabled. Superfast broadband is currently available in 96% of premises with an average download speed of 25.7Mps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@blaenau-gwent.gov.uk

Merthyr Tydfil

Merthyr Tydfil had a target stating that by late Summer 2014 that the majority of homes and businesses would be able to access fast fibre broadband. Superfast broadband is currently available in 93% of premises with an average download speed of 25Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customer.care@merthyr.gov.uk

Rhondda Cynon Taf

Rhondda Cynon Taf has a target of providing superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps, but has no date for this target on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 89% of premises with an average download speed of 29.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customerservices@rctcbc.gov.uk

Monmouthshire

Monmouthshire had targeted for more than eight out of every ten homes and business to access superfast broadband by September 2017. It missed this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 78% of premises with an average download speed of 24.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact contact@monmouthshire.gov.uk

Newport

Newport City Council says it is working with the UK Government on the Superfast Britain project to improve the availability and use of superfast and ultrafast broadband in Newport. Superfast broadband is currently available in 95% of premises with an average download speed of 53.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@newport.gov.uk

Cardiff

Cardiff is to be one of the first cities to benefit from proposals from Openreach for a major acceleration of its ultrafast fibre broadband network. Superfast broadband is currently available in 54% of premises with an average download speed of 57.5Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Caerphilly

Caerphilly has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 94% of premises with an average download speed of 26.2Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Staffordshire

Tamworth

Tamworth, as part of Superfast Staffordshire, had targeted the rollout of superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to 99.8% of premises by 2018. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 23% of premises with an average download speed of 55.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact superfast@staffordshire.gov.uk

Stafford

Stafford, as part of Superfast Staffordshire, had targeted the rollout of superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to 96% of premises by 2018. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 34% of premises with an average download speed of 49.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact superfast@staffordshire.gov.uk

Newcastle-under-Lyme

Newcastle-under-Lyme had previously been included in a target that by mid-2016 97% of the premises in Staffordshire would be connected to the superfast fibre network. Approximately 472,000 (95%) of premises would be able to receive speeds in excess of 24 megabits per second. This target was not met - superfast broadband is currently available in 43% of premises with an average download speed of 46.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact superfast@staffordshire.gov.uk

Staffordshire Moorlands

Staffordshire Moorlands, as part of Superfast Staffordshire, had a target of providing superfast broadband to 96% of premises by 2018. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 63% of premises with an average download speed of 35Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact superfast@staffordshire.gov.uk

Cannock Chase

Cannock Chase, as part of Superfast Staffordshire, aimed to bring superfast broadband to 96% of premises by 2018. It missed this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 76% of premises with an average download speed of 34.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact superfast@staffordshire.gov.uk

South Staffordshire

South Staffordshire had a target of bringing fibre-based broadband at speeds of over 80Mbps, to 97% of premises by Spring 2017. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 86% of premises with an average download speed of 27.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact superfast@staffordshire.gov.uk

East Staffordshire

East Staffordshire was part of the Superfast Staffordshire target to bring superfast broadband to 96% of premises by 2018. It did not meet this target and superfast broadband is currently available in 89% of premises with an average download speed of 26.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact superfast@staffordshire.gov.uk

Lichfield

Lichfield, as part of Superfast Staffordshire, had targeted the rollout of superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to 96% of premises by 2018. It did not meet this target – superfast broadband is currently available in 37% of premises with an average download speed of 45.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact superfast@staffordshire.gov.uk

Stoke-on-Trent

Stoke-on-Trent has a target to roll out Gigabit full fibre connectivity to residents and businesses. It has not provided a date for this target to be met. Superfast broadband is currently available in 27% of premises with an average download speed of 56.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Shropshire

Telford and Wrekin

Telford and Wrekin says 2,000 premises can now access superfast broadband with speeds of over 24Mbps. Superfast Broadband is currently available in 24% of premises with an average download speed of 52.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Shropshire

Shropshire is targeting delivering superfast broadband to over 14,000 homes & businesses by the end of 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 72% of premises with an average download speed of 26.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact via connecting.shropshire@shropshire.gov.uk

West Midlands and Warwickshire

Sandwell

Sandwell had been included in a target to make superfast broadband available to 95% of premises in each of the Black County Local Authorities by 2017; and as a minimum to enable all other premises to have access to basic broadband by March 2015. This target was not met - superfast broadband is currently available in 43% of premises with an average download speed of 47.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact ravi_kumar@blackcountryconsortium.co.uk

Dudley

Dudley Borough Council is aiming to enable access to superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to 98% of homes and businesses by October 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 10% of premises with an average download speed of 57.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact ravi_kumar@blackcountryconsortium.co.uk

Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton, as part of the Black County Superfast Broadband Project, is targeting the installation of superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps in areas where there is currently no provision. A date to meet this target was not provided. Superfast broadband is currently available in 13% of premises with an average download speed of 57.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact ravi_kumar@blackcountryconsortium.co.uk

Walsall

Walsall is included in a target for the installation of Superfast Broadband into areas across the Black county where there is currently no provision. More detailed targets aren’t available. Superfast broadband is currently available in 81% of Walsall premises with an average download speed of 48.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact ravi_kumar@blackcountryconsortium.co.uk

Birmingham

Birmingham has targeted providing superfast broadband to businesses at speeds of 50Mpbs or 100Mbps. It has not provided a date for this target to be met. Superfast broadband is currently available in 29% of premises with an average download speed of 55.7Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact digital@birmingham.gov.uk

Coventry

Coventry had a target of 8,000 locations – a mix of business and residential - being able to connect to Superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps. No target date was specified. Superfast broadband is currently available in 34% of premises with an average download speed of 48.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Solihull

Solihull is targeting that by 2019 all domestic and business premises will have broadband speeds of at least 2Mbps available, with 98% of the population across the project area able to access superfast services. Superfast broadband is currently available in 69% of premises with an average download speed of 59Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Warwick

Warwick had a target of providing ultrafast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to 18,151 premises by mid-2016. Superfast broadband is currently available in 45% of premises with an average download speed of 50.6Mbps. See here for more information. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

North Warwickshire

North Warwickshire had targeted providing superfast broadband to 90% of residences, at a minimum of 24Mbps by 2015. This target was missed - superfast broadband is currently available in 74% of premises with an average download speed of 31Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Stratford-on-Avon

Stratford-on-Avon is targeting providing superfast broadband access at speeds of over 24Mbps to 91% of premises. No date has been given to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 71% of premises with an average download speed of 31.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Rugby

Rugby is included in wider plans to achieve 98% coverage at superfast speeds of a minimum of 30Mbps, by late 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 58% of premises with an average download speed of 46.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Nuneaton and Bedworth

Nuneaton and Bedworth targeted 90% superfast broadband coverage at a minimum of 30 Mbps by 2015. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 51% of premises with an average download speed of 56.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Leicestershire

Leicester

Leicester has said 72,000 additional premises will be able to receive high speed broadband with a minimum speed of at least 24Mbps. No date was provided to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 16% of premises with an average download speed of 57.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@superfastleicestershire.org.uk

Melton

Leicestershire targeted fibre broadband to reach nearly 94% of homes and businesses by the spring of 2016, equating to 7,399 premises in Melton. This Leicestershire target was not met and Superfast broadband is currently available in 88% of premises in Melton with an average download speed of 43.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@superfastleicestershire.org.uk

North West Leicestershire

North West Leicestershire had a target of enabling 72,000 additional premises to receive high speed broadband with a minimum speed of at least 24Mbps. No target date was specified. Superfast broadband is currently available in 34% of premises with an average download speed of 52.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@superfastleicestershire.org.uk

Harborough

Harborough, as part of the Superfast Leicestershire project, is targeting providing 12,000 homes and businesses with fast fibre broadband at speeds of over 25Mbps. Superfast broadband is currently available in 69% of Harborough premises with an average download speed of 35.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@superfastleicestershire.org.uk

Charnwood

Charnwood had previously said that 83% of Charnwood properties had gained superfast access at speeds of over 24Mbps. But superfast broadband is currently available in 43% of premises with an average download speed of 51.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@superfastleicestershire.org.uk

Oadby and Wigston

Oadby and Wigston was included in a target to enable an 72,000 additional premises to access high speed broadband with a minimum speed of at least 24Mbps. No date was given to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 32% of premises with an average download speed of 52.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@superfastleicestershire.org.uk

Blaby

Blaby had a target to deliver high-speed fibre broadband at speeds of more than 24Mbps to 96% of homes and businesses by the end of March 2016. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 28% of premises with an average download speed of 49.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@superfastleicestershire.org.uk

Hinckley and Bosworth

Hinckley and Bosworth set a target for 72,000 additional premises to be able to receive high speed broadband with a minimum speed of at least 24Mbps, but no date was given to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 88% of premises with an average download speed of 49.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@superfastleicestershire.org.uk

Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire

Hereford

Herefordshire is targeting providing ultrafast speeds of 100Mbps to over 6,500 of the most difficult to reach rural homes and businesses by mid-2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 72% of premises with an average download speed of 24Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@fastershire.com

Gloucester

Gloucester has targeted making ultrafast speeds of 100Mbps available to over 6,500 of the most difficult to reach rural homes and businesses by mid-2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 17% of premises with an average download speed of 67.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@fastershire.com

South Gloucestershire

South Gloucestershire is targeting the delivery of superfast and ultrafast broadband, at 24-100Mbps, to over 9,000 homes & businesses by the end of 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 34% of premises with an average download speed of 60.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@southglos.gov.uk

Malvern Hills

Malvern Hills had targeted superfast broadband coverage at speeds of over 24Mbps at 83% of premises by the mid-2017. It has missed this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 76% of premises with an average download speed of 23.9Mbps See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact superfast@worcestershire.gov.uk

Wyre Forest

Wyre Forest is targeting the roll-out of superfast broadband at speeds over 24Mbps to 97% of homes and businesses in the county by the end of 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 47% of premises with an average download speed of 44.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact superfast@worcestershire.gov.uk

Cheltenham

Cheltenham has a target to make ultrafast speeds of 100Mbps available to over 6,500 of the most difficult to reach rural homes and businesses by mid-2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 33% of premises with an average download speed of 56.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@fastershire.com

Worcester

Worcester is targeting providing superfast broadband to 96% of homes and businesses in the county by the end of 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 97% of premises with an average download speed of 29.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact superfast@worcestershire.gov.uk

Cotswold

Cotswold targets 100% homes and businesses to have access to superfast broadband by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 66% of premises with an average download speed of 58.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@fastershire.com

Tewkesbury

Tewkesbury is targeting providing ultrafast broadband at speeds of 100Mbps to over 6,500 of the most difficult to reach rural homes and businesses by mid-2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 45% of premises with an average download speed of 42Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@fastershire.com

Forest of Dean

Forest of Dean is targeting for a further 8,129 premises to have access to broadband speeds of over 30Mbps by the end of 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 68% of premises with an average download speed of 22Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@fastershire.com

Stroud

Stroud is targeting providing ultrafast speeds to over 6,500 of the most difficult to reach rural homes and businesses by mid-2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 75% of premises with an average download speed of 29.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@fastershire.com

Wychavon

Wychavon had targeted for 94% of premises able to access superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps by autumn 2017. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 85% of premises with an average download speed of 26.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact superfast@worcestershire.gov.uk

Bromsgrove

Bromsgrove has no target for superfast broadband roll-out on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 78% of premises with an average download speed of 35.6Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@nwedr.org.uk

Redditch

Redditch had targeted to enable access to superfast broadband, at speeds of over 24Mbps, to 90% of premises by 2015. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 20% of premises with an average download speed of 59.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@nwedr.org.uk

Northamptonshire

Kettering

Kettering has said superfast broadband coverage speeds of over 24Mbps is expected to reach 98% of premises by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 42% of premises with an average download speed of 54.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact bigidea@northamptonshire.gov.uk

Corby

Corby is targeting for superfast broadband at speed of over 24Mbps to reach 98% of premises by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 36% of premises with an average download speed of 49.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact bigidea@northamptonshire.gov.uk

Daventry

Daventry is targeting superfast broadband coverage at speeds of over 24Mbps at 98% of premises by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 76% of premises with an average download speed of 50.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact bigidea@northamptonshire.gov.uk

Northampton

Northampton is targeting for superfast broadband at speed of over 24Mbps to reach 98% of premises by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 36% of premises with an average download speed of 58.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact bigidea@northamptonshire.gov.uk

Wellingborough

Wellingborough is included in a target for superfast broadband coverage at speeds over 24Mbps to reach 98% of premises in Northamptonshire by 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 47% of premises with an average download speed of 49.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact bigidea@northamptonshire.gov.uk

East Northamptonshire

East Northamptonshire targets extending superfast broadband coverage to 98% of premises by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 48% of premises with an average download speed of 45.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact bigidea@northamptonshire.gov.uk

South Northamptonshire

South Northamptonshire has targeted superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to 98% of premises by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 80% of premises with an average download speed of 29.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact bigidea@northamptonshire.gov.uk

Norfolk

Broadland

Broadland is included in a target to bring access to 24Mbps download speeds to 95% of Norfolk by March 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 62% of Broadland premises with an average download speed of 37.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

South Norfolk

South Norfolk is included in plans targeting the extension of high-speed broadband to more than 95% of Norfolk’s premises by March 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 78% of South Norfolk premises with an average download speed of 25.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

North Norfolk

North Norfolk is included in plans to provide superfast broadband speeds of over 24Mbps to 95% of Norfolk by March 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 79% of North Norfolk premises with an average download speed of 23.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Breckland

Breckland is included in plans to bring access to superfast broadband at speeds of 24mbps to 95% of Norfolk by March 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 80% of Breckland premises with an average download speed of 24.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

King's Lynn and West Norfolk

King's Lynn and West Norfolk is included in plans targeting the extension of high-speed broadband to more than 95% of Norfolk’s premises by spring 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 81% of King's Lynn and West Norfolk premises with an average download speed of 25Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth targeted providing 5,000 homes and businesses with speeds of over 300Mbps, with no date for this target to be met. In February it was reported that Virgin Media had halted superfast broadband roll-out in Great Yarmouth. Superfast broadband is currently available in 93% of premises with an average download speed of 44.2Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries@great-yarmouth.gov.uk

Norwich

Norwich has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 42% of premises with an average download speed of 57.1Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Cambridgeshire

Cambridge

Cambridge is included in a target to bring superfast broadband access, at speeds of over 24Mbps, to 99% of premises across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough by the end of 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 62% of Cambridge premises with an average download speed of 62.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact contact@connectingcambridgeshire.co.uk

South Cambridgeshire

South Cambridgeshire is included in a target to provide superfast broadband access at speeds of over 24Mbps to 99% of premises across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough by the end of 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 71% of South Cambridgeshire premises with an average download speed of 48Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact contact@connectingcambridgeshire.co.uk

Fenland

Fenland is included in a target to bring superfast broadband access, at speeds of above 24Mbps, to 99% of premises across Cambridgeshire by the end of 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 75% of premises with an average download speed of 35.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact contact@connectingcambridgeshire.co.uk

East Cambridgeshire

East Cambridgeshire is targeting a superfast broadband roll-out across by 2019, but has not detailed how many premises it is targeting. Superfast broadband is currently available in 81% of premises with an average download speed of 36.6Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact contact@connectingcambridgeshire.co.uk

Huntingdonshire

Huntingdonshire is targeting 99% superfast broadband coverage at speeds of over 24Mbps by the end of 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 87% of premises with an average download speed of 45.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact contact@connectingcambridgeshire.co.uk

Suffolk

Forest Heath

Forest Heath is included in a target to make superfast broadband services available to more than 97% of premises at speeds of over 24Mbps by the end of 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 78% of premises with an average download speed of 35.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@suffolk.gov.uk

Ipswich

Ipswich is included in a Suffolk target for 97% of premises to have access to superfast broadband of 24Mbps by 2018 or 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 29% of Ipswich premises with an average download speed of 56.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@suffolk.gov.uk

Suffolk Coastal

Suffolk Coastal is included in plans to make superfast broadband services available to around 98% of homes and businesses across Suffolk at speeds of over 24Mbps by the end of 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 67% of Suffolk Coastal premises with an average download speed of 30.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@suffolk.gov.uk

Mid Suffolk

Mid Suffolk is included in plans to make superfast broadband services available to around 97% of premises across Suffolk at speeds of over 24Mbps by 2018/2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 70% of Mid Suffolk premises with an average download speed of 22.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@suffolk.gov.uk

Babergh

Babergh is included in plans to make superfast broadband services available to around 97% of premises across Suffolk at speeds of over 24Mbps by 2018/2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 77% of Babergh premises with an average download speed of 26.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@suffolk.gov.uk

St Edmundsbury

St Edmundsbury is part of a target for superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to be avilavble to over 98% of Suffolk by the end of 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 87% of premises with an average download speed of 27.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@suffolk.gov.uk

Waveney

Waveney is included in plans to make superfast broadband services available to around 97% of premises across Suffolk at speeds of over 24Mbps by 2018/2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 89% of premises with an average download speed of 28Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@suffolk.gov.uk

Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes

Luton

Luton was included in a target to bring access to superfast broadband at speeds of up to 30Mbps to 99% of the homes and businesses in Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes during 2017. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 21% of premises with an average download speed of 64.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact feedback@luton.gov.uk

Bedford

Bedford plans to provide fibre broadband availability at speeds of above 24Mbps to over 97% of premises by the end of 2018 or 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 57% of premises with an average download speed of 53.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact Justine.ives@bedford.gov.uk

Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes was included in plans targeting access to superfast broadband of up to 30MB to 99% of the homes and businesses in Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes during 2017. This target was not met - superfast broadband is currently available in 81% of Milton Keynes premises with an average download speed of 28.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact feedback@luton.gov.uk

Central Bedfordshire

96.5% of Central Bedfordshire will be able to receive superfast broadband by the end of 2018 or into 2019, at speeds of over 24Mbps, under the council’s target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 90% of premises with an average download speed of 48.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@centralbedfordshire.gov.uk

Essex

Harlow

Harlow is included in Essex plans to enable access to superfast broadband at speeds of over 25Mbp to more than 144,000 homes and businesses by early 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 9% of premises with an average download speed of 68.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

Epping Forest

Epping Forest is included in a target to extend superfast broadband coverage at speeds of 30Mbps and above to 97% of Essex by 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 22% of premises with an average download speed of 54.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

Chelmsford

Chelmsford is included in plans to extend superfast broadband coverage, at speeds of 30Mbps and above, to 97% of Essex by 2019, with the ambition to reach nearly everyone by the end of 2021. Superfast broadband is currently available in 49% of premises with an average download speed of 40.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Maldon

As part of superfast Essex, Maldon has targeted an increase in superfast broadband to 95%, at speeds of over 24Mbps, by 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 77% of premises with an average download speed of 23.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Tendring

Tendring is targeting making available superfast speeds of 30Mbps and above to 98% of homes and businesses in the district by March 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 85% of premises with an average download speed of 24Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Colchester

Colchester is targeting for all premises in the Borough to be able to secure fibre connectivity at speeds of over 24Mbps by 2022. Superfast broadband is currently available in 50% of premises with an average download speed of 46Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Castle Point

Castle Point is included in a target to extend superfast broadband coverage at speeds of 30Mbps and above to 97% of Essex by 2019, and to reach nearly everyone by the end of 2021. Superfast broadband is currently available in 58% of premises with an average download speed of 42.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Basildon

Basildon is targeting for superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to reach nearly 100% of households and businesses by the end of 2021. Superfast broadband is currently available in 35% of premises with an average download speed of 50.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Braintree

Braintree is included in plans to extend superfast broadband coverage, at speeds of 30Mbps and above, to 97% of Essex by 2019, and reach nearly everyone by the end of 2021. Superfast broadband is currently available in 76% of premises with an average download speed of 25.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Brentwood

Brentwood is part of a target to extend superfast broadband coverage as speeds of 30Mbps and above to 97% of Essex by 2019; and to reach nearly everyone by the end of 2021. Superfast broadband is currently available in 85% of premises with an average download speed of 27.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Uttlesford

Uttlesford is targeting providing ultrafast fibre broadband, at speeds above 100Mbps, to 4,600 homes and businesses in the district by December 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 57% of premises with an average download speed of 28.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Rochford

Rochford is targetting superfast broadband to be accessible by 97% of premises by December 2019 as part of Superfast Essex. Superfast broadband is currently available in 88% of premises with an average download speed of 26.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Southend-on-Sea

Southend-on-Sea launched a Gigabit city Network in 2017, but has no other active plans. Superfast broadband is currently available in 43% of premises with an average download speed of 50.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact council@southend.gov.uk

Hertfordshire

Hertsmere

Hertsmere is targeting for 98% of homes to have access to superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps by December 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 33% of premises with an average download speed of 57Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@connectedcounties.org

Dacorum

Dacorum had a target to provide superfast fibre broadband connectivity, with speeds of up to 80Mbps, to over 90% of homes and businesses by April 2016. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 32% of premises with an average download speed of 53.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@connectedcounties.org

East Hertfordshire

East Hertfordshire is included in the Connected Counties target to enable access to superfast broadband of 24Mbps to another 35,000 premises by the end of 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 29% of premises with an average download speed of 48.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@connectedcounties.org

North Hertfordshire

North Hertfordshire is targeting enabling access to superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to another 35,000 premises by the end of 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 84% of premises with an average download speed of 55.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@connectedcounties.org

Watford

Watford has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 36% of premises with an average download speed of 61.5Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@connectedcounties.org

Broxbourne

Broxbourne has targeted 99% superfast broadband coverage, at speeds of over 24Mbps, by 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 18% of premises with an average download speed of 62.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@connectedcounties.org

Welwyn Hatfield

Welwyn Hatfield targeted providing superfast broadband in 95% of premises at speeds of over 24Mbps by January 2018. It did not meet this target and superfast broadband is currently available in 88% of premises with an average download speed of 57Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@connectedcounties.org

St Albans

St Albans has not published a target for superfast broadband on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 48% of premises with an average download speed of 56.9Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@connectedcounties.org

Stevenage

Stevenage is targeting enabling access to superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to another 35,000 premises by the end of 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 66% of premises with an average download speed of 70.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@connectedcounties.org

Three Rivers

Three Rivers has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 30% of premises with an average download speed of 59Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@connectedcounties.org

Buckinghamshire

South Bucks

South Bucks is targeting providing superfast broadband to “thousands of homes”, but has not provided details of how many premises or by when. Superfast broadband is currently available in 57% of premises with an average download speed of 35.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact JointCSTeam@southbucks.gov.uk

Aylesbury Vale

Aylesbury Vale is targeting providing superfast broadband at speeds of 100Mbps to 2,000 premises, but no date has been given to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 80% of premises with an average download speed of 47.8Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@connectedcounties.org

Wycombe

Wycombe is included in a target for 100% of homes and businesses across Bucks to have superfast broadband at speeds of above 24Mbps by the end of 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 73% of premises with an average download speed of 33.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@connectedcounties.org

Chiltern

Chiltern is part of a target to enable access to superfast broadband to another 35,000 premises in Bucks and Herts, at speeds of over 24Mbps, by the end of 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 90% of premises with an average download speed of 43.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@connectedcounties.org

Oxfordshire

Oxford

Oxford is included in a target to bring superfast broadband at speeds of 24Mbps or faster to over 96% of homes and businesses in Oxfordshire by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 27% of premises with an average download speed of 58.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@oxfordshire.gov.uk

West Oxfordshire

West Oxfordshire is targeting 99% of premises to have access to superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps by 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 60% of premises with an average download speed of 39.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@oxfordshire.gov.uk

South Oxfordshire

South Oxfordshire is included in plans to bring superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to over 96% of homes and businesses in Oxfordshire by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 65% of South Oxfordshire premises with an average download speed of 40.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@oxfordshire.gov.uk

Cherwell

Cherwell is included in plans to bring superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to over 96% of homes and businesses in Oxfordshire by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 64% of Cherwell premises with an average download speed of 42.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@oxfordshire.gov.uk

Vale of White White

Vale of White Horse had a target for at least 95% of all premises to have access to superfast broadband speeds of 24Mbps and above by the end of 2017. This target was not met - superfast Broadband is currently available in 40% of premises with an average download speed of 50.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@oxfordshire.gov.uk

West London

Enfield

Enfield has not published a target for superfast broadband on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 46% of premises with an average download speed of 56.7Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact cllr.alan.sitkin@enfield.gov.uk

Haringey

Haringey has targeted to provide full coverage of superfast broadband, at above 25Mbps, to all residents and business within the Borough, and ultrafast connections, above 100Mbps, in regeneration areas. No date was provided to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 21% of premises with an average download speed of 54.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Camden

Camden Council says it has an initiative to enhance broadband speeds and mobile connectivity, but does not give specific targets. Superfast broadband is currently available in 94% of premises with an average download speed of 52.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact 020 7974 4444

Barnet

Barnet is targeting faster internet reception for up to 40,000 homes and businesses by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 62% of premises with an average download speed of 38.6Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

Brent

Brent has not published a target for superfast broadband on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 53% of premises with an average download speed of 43.9Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

Ealing

In Ealing, superfast broadband is currently available in 46% of premises with an average download speed of 47.3Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact 020 8825 5000.

Hounslow

In Hounslow, 96,000 homes and businesses were to be provided with superfast broadband coverage at speeds of over 24Mbps. Superfast broadband is currently available in 18% of premises with an average download speed of 56.7Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

Harrow

Harrow had been linked with 97.8% superfast broadband coverage at speeds of 24Mbps or faster. But superfast broadband is currently available in 27% of premises with an average download speed of 53.9Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact edo@harrow.gov.uk

Hillingdon

Hillingdon has targeted providing superfast broadband programme access to 4,200 homes and businesses, at speeds of over 24Mbps. A date to meet this target was not provided. Superfast broadband is currently available in 13% of premises with an average download speed of 55.1Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact 01895 250111

Wandsworth

Wandsworth says 10,000 homes on its housing estates can now access super-fast broadband, which it says makes it the borough with the largest number of fibre-enabled homes in London. Superfast broadband is currently available in 65% of premises with an average download speed of 41.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact 020 8871 6000

Kensington and Chelsea

Kensington and Chelsea had a target to make fibre available at speeds of over 24Mbps to an additional 20,213 homes and businesses by the end of 2017, taking total coverage for fibre in Kensington and Chelsea to nearly 80,000. Superfast broadband is currently available in 31% of premises with an average download speed of 51.4Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Westminster

In Westminster, BT Openreach has committed to making fibre optic broadband available to an additional 38,874 homes and businesses, but no target date has been provided. Superfast broadband is currently available in 71% of premises with an average download speed of 23.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact 020 7641 6000

Hammersmith and Fulham

Hammersmith and Fulham has targeted enabling a further 2,000+ homes and offices across the borough to have access to high-speed broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps. Superfast broadband is currently available in 64% of premises with an average download speed of 36.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact 020 8748 3020

Kingston upon Thames

Kingston upon Thames has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast Broadband is currently available in 13% of premises with an average download speed of 61.6Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact information@kingston.gov.uk

Richmond upon Thames

Richmond upon Thames has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 19% of premises with an average download speed of 61.4Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Sutton

Sutton had said much of the area was equipped with super-fast broadband capacity, but has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 22% of premises with an average download speed of 59.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Merton

In Merton, businesses can apply for a grant of up to £3,000 towards installing high-speed broadband. Superfast broadband is currently available in 17% of premises with an average download speed of 58.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact 020 8274 4901

East London

Hackney

Hackney had a target by the end of 2017 to deliver fibre broadband at speeds up to 100Mbps to large parts of Hackney, and up to 120Mbps in upgraded areas. Superfast broadband is currently available in 42% of premises with an average download speed of 44.6Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@hackney.gov.uk

Islington

Islington had targeted to increase the availability of internet access across the borough by the end of 2015. Superfast broadband is currently available in 31% of premises with an average download speed of 50.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

Lambeth

Lambeth has not published a target for superfast broadband on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 59% of premises with an average download speed of 41.9Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Lewisham

Lewisham has not published a target for superfast broadband on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 64% of premises with an average download speed of 40.2Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact 020 8314 6000

Southwark

Southwark has said a new superfast broadband service would be available to 70% of residents and businesses in the borough, but did not provide a date for this. Superfast broadband is currently available in 62% of premises with an average download speed of 37.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact radha.burgess@southwark.gov.uk

Tower Hamlets

Tower Hamlets targeted providing ultrafast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to an additional 25,000 homes and businesses by the end of 2017. Superfast broadband is currently available in 45% of premises with an average download speed of 26.9Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact 020 7364 5020

Waltham Forest

Waltham Forest has said it will work with the broadband providers to invest in superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps for all business locations. A date to meet this target was not provided. Superfast broadband is currently available in 14% of premises with an average download speed of 55.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

City of London

City of London is targeting ultrafast broadband speeds of over 80Mbps, but has provided no timeframe. Superfast broadband is currently available in 72% of premises with an average download speed of 15.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

Greenwich

Greenwich has not published a target for superfast broadband on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 70% of premises with an average download speed of 45.2Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact 020 8854 8888

Bexley

Bexley has submitted a bid to the Department of Digital, Culture Media & Sport to support the creation of a new £7m private fibre network. Superfast Broadband is currently available in 27% of premises with an average download speed of 47.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

Croydon

Croydon has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 28% of premises with an average download speed of 52.2Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Bromley

Bromley had reportedly refused to commit £586,000 required to upgrade rural broadband networks in the area. Superfast broadband is currently available in 47% of premises with an average download speed of 56.3Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

Barking and Dagenham

Barking and Dagenham, working with Openreach, was to have made fibre available to an extra 2,187 units by 2017. Superfast broadband is currently available in 16% of premises with an average download speed of 54.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact 3000Direct@lbbd.gov.uk

Havering

Havering has said it is targeting the delivery of physical infrastructure capable of delivering high-speed broadband services and improved telecommunications coverage. It has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 17% of premises with an average download speed of 55.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact developmentplanning@havering.gov.uk

Newham

Newham, had under a 2010 government target for all local authorities, to provide 90% access to superfast broadband by 2015. Superfast broadband is currently available in 29% of Newham premises with an average download speed of 42Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact 020 8430 2000

Redbridge

Redbridge, in partnership with BT, launched a project to roll out high-speed fibre broadband to 95% of premises by the end of 2017. It missed this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 22% of premises with an average download speed of 55.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customer.cc@redbridge.gov.uk

Surrey

Tandridge

Tandridge has not published a target for superfast broadband on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 61% of premises with an average download speed of 41.6Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries@superfastsurrey.org.uk

Spelthorne

Spelthorne is included in Surrey-wide plans for approximately 98% of Surrey homes and businesses will be able to access Superfast Broadband speeds of over 24Mbps by April 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 16% of premises with an average download speed of 49Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries@superfastsurrey.org.uk

Epsom and Ewell

Epsom and Ewell is included in Surrey-wide plans for approximately 98% of residents and businesses to be able to access superfast broadband speeds of at least 24Mbps by April 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 25% of premises with an average download speed of 54.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries@superfastsurrey.org.uk

Guildford

Guildford is included in plans by April 2019, for approximately 98% of Surrey residents and businesses to have access to superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps. Superfast broadband is currently available in 33% of premises with an average download speed of 57.5Mbps. See here for more information. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries@superfastsurrey.org.uk

Surrey Heath

Surrey Heath is included in a target, by April 2019, subject to completion of existing commercial plans to provide access for 98% of Surrey residents and businesses to superfast broadband speeds of over 24Mbps. Superfast broadband is currently available in 37% of premises with an average download speed of 59.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries@superfastsurrey.org.uk

Runnymede

Runnymede had been included in a Surrey-wide target for superfast broadband to reach 99.4% of premises by April 2015. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 35% of premises with an average download speed of 52.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries@superfastsurrey.org.uk

Mole Valley

Mole Valley has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 36% of premises with an average download speed of 45.6Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries@superfastsurrey.org.uk

Elmbridge

Elmbridge has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 28% of premises with an average download speed of 56.8Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries@superfastsurrey.org.uk

Woking

Woking had targeted for 100% of homes and businesses to have access to superfast broadband at speeds of up to 24Mbps by 2015. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 21% of premises with an average download speed of 61.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact planning.policy@woking.gov.uk

Reigate and Banstead

Reigate and Banstead had a target for 100% of premises to have access to broadband speeds of at least 2mbps. Superfast broadband is currently available in 28% of premises with an average download speed of 51.6Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries@superfastsurrey.org.uk

Kent, Thurrock and Medway

Gravesham

Gravesham was included in plans, with no target date specified, to bring superfast broadband to more than 140,000 homes and businesses across Kent, and increase standard broadband speeds to at least 2Mbps. Superfast broadband is currently available in 40% of premises with an average download speed of 49.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Dartford

Dartford aims to bring superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to more than 140,000 homes and businesses by an unspecified date. Superfast broadband is currently available in 53% of premises with an average download speed of 39.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Tonbridge and Malling

Tonbridge and Malling has not published a target for superfast broadband on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 65% of premises with an average download speed of 45.6Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customer.services@tmbc.gov.uk

Tunbridge Wells

Tunbridge Wells had been part of a target for 95% of people in Kent to have access to fibre optic broadband by December 2015. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 87% of Tunbridge Wells premises with an average download speed of 37Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact business@tunbridgewells.gov.uk

Sevenoaks

Sevenoaks had a target of bringing superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to more than 140,000 homes and businesses. It provided no end date for this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 67% of premises with an average download speed of 37.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact information@sevenoaks.gov.uk

Maidstone

Maidstone is included in a target to bring superfast broadband to more than 140,000 homes and businesses, but has not specified a target date. Superfast broadband is currently available in 48% of premises with an average download speed of 44.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

Ashford

Ashford has not published a target for superfast broadband on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 48% of premises with an average download speed of 41Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customer.care@ashford.gov.uk

Swale

Swale has not published a target for superfast broadband on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 65% of premises with an average download speed of 39.7Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Thanet

Thanet has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 96% of premises with an average download speed of 26.6Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, customer.services@thanet.gov.uk

Dover

Dover has said every single part of Dover and Deal should have access to high speed broadband by 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 89% of premises with an average download speed of 35.7Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Shepway

Shepway is targeting for 95% of the population to access 4mbps broadband by 2025. Superfast broadband is currently available in 86% of premises with an average download speed of 38.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Canterbury

Canterbury has targeted providing superfast broadband at speeds of over 30Mbps to 95.84% of homes. Superfast broadband is currently available in 92% of premises with an average download speed of 25.7Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Medway

Medway was part of the Making Kent Quicker target to bring superfast broadband, at speeds of up to 24Mbps, to more than 140,000 homes and businesses. No date was provided to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 20% of premises with an average download speed of 62.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries@medway.gov.uk

Thurrock

In Thurrock, Hyperoptic was to make its services available to 1,700 tenants. No date was provided to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 27% of premises with an average download speed of 54.3Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

East and West Sussex

Crawley

Crawley was included in a target to provide superfast broadband to 90% of premises in West Sussex by April 2015. This target was not met - superfast broadband is currently available in 15% of premises with an average download speed of 64.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@westsussex.gov.uk

Worthing

Worthing is included in plans for the roll-out of Gigabit Fibre Broadband across West Sussex. No date was provided to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 16% of premises with an average download speed of 62.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@westsussex.gov.uk

Horsham

Horsham is included in a target for superfast broadband coverage in more than 95% of the premises in West Sussex by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 84% of Horsham premises with an average download speed of 29.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@westsussex.gov.uk

Wealden

Wealden was part of a Sussex-wide target for 96% of premises to have access to superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbp by 2016. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 85% of premises with an average download speed of 26.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Mid Sussex

Mid Sussex says it targets broadband coverage “as far as possible, to more than 95% of the premises in West Sussex” by the end of 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 91% of premises with an average download speed of 29.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@westsussex.gov.uk

Eastbourne

Eastbourne had a target to provide superfast broadband, with speeds of 100Mbps, to everyone in East Sussex by 2017. It missed the target and currently superfast broadband is currently available in 98% of premises with an average download speed of 28.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Hastings

Hastings had a target to roll out faster broadband over 3 years until mid-2016. Superfast broadband is currently available in 95% of premises with an average download speed of 26.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Rother

Rother previously had a target of 100% broadband coverage in the county by 2005. Superfast broadband is currently available in 87% of premises with an average download speed of 25.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Lewes

Lewes had a target of rolling out faster broadband over 3 years until mid-2016. No specific details were provided. Superfast broadband is currently available in 91% of premises with an average download speed of 27.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Brighton and Hove

Brighton and Hove had a target for 96% of homes and businesses in the county to be able to access superfast broadband services with speeds of 24Mbps and above by the end of 2016. It missed this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 24% of premises with an average download speed of 63.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Chichester

Chichester has no target for superfast broadband roll-out on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 84% of premises with an average download speed of 26.6Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@westsussex.gov.uk

Arun

Arun has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 93% of premises with an average download speed of 26.3Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@westsussex.gov.uk

Adur

Adur has a target of delivering superfast broadband speeds of 1GB to households and workplaces across the district. It has not provided a date for this target to be met. Superfast broadband is currently available in 29% of premises with an average download speed of 63.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact broadband@westsussex.gov.uk

Hampshire and Isle of Wight

Waverley

Waverley is included in a Hampshire-wide target to make superfast broadband services available to more than 97% of premises at speeds of over 24Mbps by the end of 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 78% of Waverley premises with an average download speed of 33.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

Southampton

Southampton is included in a target to ensure superfast broadband services are available to more than 97% of premises in Hampshire by the end of 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 28% of premises with an average download speed of 52.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Hart

Hart is included in a Hampshire-wide target to ensure superfast broadband services at speeds of over 24Mbps are available to more than 97% of premises by the end of 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 31% of Hart premises with an average download speed of 57Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

Havant

Havant is included in plans to make superfast broadband services at speeds of over 24Mbps available to more than 97% of premises in Hampshire by the end of 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 41% of premises with an average download speed of 62.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Eastleigh

Eastleigh is included in plans to make superfast broadband services available at speeds of above 24Mbps to more than 97% of premises in Hampshire by the end of 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 55% of Eastleigh premises with an average download speed of 44.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Fareham

Fareham is included in a target to ensure superfast broadband services at speeds of over 24Mbps are available to more than 97% of premises in Hampshire by the end of 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 64% of Fareham premises with an average download speed of 57.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

East Hampshire

East Hampshire is included in plans targeting providing superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to more than 97% of premises in Hampshire by the end of 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 82% of East Hampshire premises with an average download speed of 35.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

New Forest

New Forest is included in a target to deliver access to superfast internet, at speeds of over 24Mbps, to a further 43,000 premises by 2019, increasing coverage to 97.4% of properties in Hampshire. Superfast broadband is currently available in 76% of premises with an average download speed of 28.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Rushmoor

Rushmoor has targeted 95% superfast broadband coverage, at speeds of over 24Mbps, by September 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 17% of premises with an average download speed of 66.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customerservices@rushmoor.gov.uk

Winchester

Winchester is targeting providing 97.4% of premises in the county with superfast broadband by 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 54% of premises with an average download speed of 37.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight had a target for all residents and businesses to have access to faster broadband by 2015. It hasn’t met this target and Superfast broadband is currently available in 93% of premises with an average download speed of 27.1Mbps. See here for more information

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Gosport

Gosport plans to complete the roll out of superfast broadband across Barrow & District through the Connecting Cumbria Project. It targets a speed of over 24Mbps for 97% of households by the end of 2019. Superfast broadband is currently available in 98% of premises with an average download speed of 60.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

Portsmouth

Portsmouth has said buildings, housing offices and libraries across the city will be connected using the full fibre technology. But it has not provided specific targets on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 58% of premises with an average download speed of 63.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, visit cityhelpdesk@portsmouthcc.gov.uk

Basingstoke and Deane

Basingstoke and Deane had targeted an extension of superfast coverage of above 24Mbps to at least 95% of premises by the end of 2017. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 57% of premises with an average download speed of 42.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Test Valley

Test Valley has targeted for 100% of residential and business premises to have access to superfast broadband of 24Mbps. It has not provided a date for this target to be met. Superfast broadband is currently available in 30% of premises with an average download speed of 43.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Wiltshire and Berkshire

Slough

Slough has targeted an increase in superfast coverage at speeds of over 24Mbps in the remaining gaps across the county, as part of Superfast Berkshire, covering 11,147 properties in Berkshire towns. Superfast broadband is currently available in 17% of premises with an average download speed of 49Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact projectteam@superfastberkshire.org.uk

Windsor and Maidenhead

Windsor and Maidenhead is included in a target to expand Berkshire’s superfast coverage, at speeds of over 24Mbps, to more than 96% of premises. There is no date specified to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 37% of premises with an average download speed of 41.5Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact projectteam@superfastberkshire.org.uk

West Berkshire

West Berkshire is included in a target to expand Berkshire’s superfast coverage at speeds of over 24Mbps to more than 96% of premises. There is no date specified to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 35% of premises with an average download speed of 44Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact projectteam@superfastberkshire.org.uk

Wokingham

Wokingham is included in a target to expand Berkshire’s superfast coverage at speeds of over 24Mbps to more than 96% of premises. There is no date specified to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 35% of premises with an average download speed of 50Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact projectteam@superfastberkshire.org.uk

Reading

Reading, as part of Superfast Berkshire, had target an increase in superfast broadband coverage with speeds of 24Mbps in the remaining gaps across the county. No date was provided to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 24% of premises with an average download speed of 56.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact projectteam@superfastberkshire.org.uk

Swindon

Swindon had targeted the delivery of superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to all commercial and domestic premises in the borough by 2017. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 18% of premises with an average download speed of 54.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customerservices@swindon.gov.uk

Wiltshire

Wiltshire had previously targeted for 91% of premises to be able to access superfast broadband, and 100% of premises to be able to access standard broadband by March 2016. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 80% of premises with an average download speed of 38.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact customerservices@wiltshire.gov.uk

Bracknell Forest

Bracknell Forest is included in plans to expand Berkshire’s superfast coverage at speeds of over 24Mbps to more than 96% - a target date to achieve this has not been specified. Superfast broadband is currently available in 49% of premises with an average download speed of 52.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact projectteam@superfastberkshire.org.uk

Dorset

Poole

Poole was included in a target for 97% of Dorset premises to have access to superfast broadband at least 24Mbps. No target date was specified. Superfast broadband is currently available in 34% of premises with an average download speed of 57.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

Purbeck

Purbeck is included in a target to provide 97% of Dorset premises with access to superfast broadband of at least 24Mbps. No target date is provided. Superfast broadband is currently available in 71% of premises with an average download speed of 28.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

West Dorset

West Dorset is included in a target to provide 97% of Dorset premises with access to superfast broadband of at least 24Mbps, but no deadline has been given to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 82% of West Dorset premises with an average download speed of 25.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

East Dorset

East Dorset said it was working to “roll out faster, more reliable broadband connections across the county by 2018” but provided no detailed targets on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 83% of premises with an average download speed of 25.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

North Dorset

North Dorset is part of a target for 97% of Dorset premises to have access to superfast broadband of at least 24Mbps. No target date has been stated. Superfast broadband is currently available in 85% of premises with an average download speed of 25.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Weymouth and Portland

Weymouth and Portland is targeting 97% of Dorset premises with access to superfast broadband of at least 24Mbps, but has set no target date. Currently, superfast broadband is available in 96% of premises with an average download speed of 28.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Christchurch

Christchurch has a target to provide ultrafast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps but has not specified to how many premises or by when. Superfast broadband is currently available in 44% of premises with an average download speed of 43.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Bournemouth

Bournemouth had said it would roll out faster, more reliable broadband connections at speeds of over 24Mbps across the county by 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 15% of premises with an average download speed of 61.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Somerset

City of Bristol

City of Bristol has not published a target for superfast broadband on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 47% of premises with an average download speed of 64Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact 0117 922 2000

Bath and North East Somerset

Bath and North East Somerset is included in plans to provide superfast broadband speeds of over 24Mbps to all premises in Devon and Somerset by 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 69% of Bath and North East Somerset premises with an average download speed of 37.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

West Somerset

West Somerset is included in plans to provide superfast broadband speeds of over 24Mbps to all premises in Devon and Somerset by 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 82% of West Somerset premises with an average download speed of 22.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

North Somerset

North Somerset is part of a target to connect 6,500 homes and businesses in Bath and North East Somerset and North Somerset to a new ultrafast full-fibre broadband network, at speeds of 100Mbps, by the end of spring 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 86% of premises with an average download speed of 33.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

South Somerset

South Somerset targets 100% superfast broadband coverage, at speeds of over 24Mbps, by 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 86% of premises with an average download speed of 23.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Sedgemoor

Sedgemoor was part of a target to bring superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbp to 90% of premises within Somerset and Devon by the end of 2016. Superfast broadband is currently available in 85% of premises with an average download speed of 25.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Mendip

Mendip is included in plans to provide superfast broadband speeds of over 24Mbps to all premises in Devon and Somerset by 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 79% of Mendip premises with an average download speed of 30.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Taunton Deane

Taunton Deane had targeted providing almost 9,000 homes and businesses with access to the ultrafast network at speeds of over 100Mbps by February 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 82% of premises with an average download speed of 23.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Devon, Cornwall and Isles of Scilly

Exeter

Exeter has no targeted broadband speeds on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 17% of premises with an average download speed of 55.7Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Plymouth

Plymouth has said 93% of city premises are covered by superfast speeds of over 24Mbps. But superfast broadband is currently available in 16% of premises with an average download speed of 65.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Teignbridge

Teignbridge had targeted making superfast broadband speeds of 24Mbps and above available to around 90% of homes and businesses by the end of 2016. It did not meet this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 58% of premises with an average download speed of 32.4Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

North Devon

North Devon is included in plans to provide superfast broadband speeds of over 24Mbps to all premises in Devon and Somerset by 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 83% of North Devon premises with an average download speed of 26.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Torridge

Torridge targeted providing superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps to 90% of premises by 2016. It missed this target - superfast broadband is currently available in 77% of premises with an average download speed of 23.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

South Hams

South Hams has not published a target for superfast broadband on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 74% of premises with an average download speed of 25.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Cornwall

Cornwall had targeted upgrades to more than 7,000 of the 16,000 premises with the slowest broadband at the end of 2017. Superfast broadband is currently available in 54% of premises with an average download speed of 24.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@superfastcornwall.org

Torbay

Torbay is included in plans to provide superfast broadband speeds of over 24Mbps to all premises in Devon and Somerset by 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 54% of premises with an average download speed of 37.6Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

West Devon

West Devon is included in plans to provide superfast broadband speeds of over 24Mbps to all premises in Devon and Somerset by 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 70% of West Devon premises with an average download speed of 21.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

Mid Devon

Mid Devon is included in plans to provide superfast broadband speeds of over 24Mbps to all premises in Devon and Somerset by 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 69% of Mid Devon premises with an average download speed of 22.2Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

East Devon

East Devon is included in plans to provide superfast broadband speeds of over 24Mbps to all premises in Devon and Somerset by 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 80% of East Devon premises with an average download speed of 24.5Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Isles of Scilly

Isles of Scilly said in 2015 that across the five islands about 450 premises were connected to fibre broadband. Now, Superfast broadband is available in 93% of premises with an average download speed of 33.9Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@superfastcornwall.org

Northern Ireland

Ards and North Down

Ards and North Down has no target for superfast broadband roll-out on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 84% of premises with an average download speed of 33.4Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon

Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon is targeting 26,905 homes and businesses will have access to superfast broadband at speeds of over 24Mbps by the of June 2018. Superfast broadband is currently available in 82% of premises with an average download speed of 28Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@armaghbanbridgecraigavon.gov.uk

Mid and East Antrim

Mid and East Antrim has no target for superfast broadband roll-out on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 82% of premises with an average download speed of 28.2Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact enquiries@midandeastantrim.gov.uk

Causeway Coast and Glens

Causeway Coast and Glens says it has “high availability of superfast broadband” but has not provided specific targets. Superfast broadband is currently available in 81% of premises with an average download speed of 30Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact business@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk

Newry, Mourne and Down

Newry, Mourne and Down had targeted broadband speeds of up to 2Mbps in 33.5% of residences by 2017. This target has been surpassed - superfast broadband is currently available in 74% of premises with an average download speed of 27.8Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here.

Lisburn and Castlereagh

Lisburn and Castlereagh targeted 89% of premises to have superfast broadband at speeds of above 30Mbps by the end of 2017. Superfast broadband is currently available in 73% of premises with an average download speed of 43.6Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Mid Ulster

Mid Ulster has not published a target for superfast broadband on its website. Superfast broadband is currently available in 69% of premises with an average download speed of 27.9Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@midulstercouncil.org

Fermanagh and Omagh

Fermanagh and Omagh is one of only five regions in the UK to take part in a scheme to deliver broadband via satellite to a total of 1,000 consumers and businesses. Superfast broadband is currently available in 63% of premises with an average download speed of 25.7Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact kevin.mcshane@fermanaghomagh.com

Antrim and Newtownabbey

Antrim and Newtownabbey is included in plans to achieve download speeds of up to 330 Mbps for 200,000 homes across Northern Ireland by 2020. Superfast broadband is currently available in 51% of Antrim and Newtownabbey premises with an average download speed of 43.3Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact the council here

Derry City and Strabane

Derry City and Strabane has a target of improving rural broadband provision solutions for communities in hard to reach and “not spot” areas. It has not set a timescale to meet this target. Superfast broadband is currently available in 44% of premises with an average download speed of 41.1Mbps. See here for more information.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact info@derrystrabane.com

Belfast

In Belfast, it had been targeted to provide access to superfast broadband at speeds of 100Mbps to 10 urban areas by 2015. Superfast broadband is currently available in 12% of premises with an average download speed of 61.7Mbps.

To enquire about the rollout in this area, contact generalenquiries@belfastcity.gov.uk

What do I do now?

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