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BROADBAND TECHNOLOGY FOR ST OSYTH


A quiet period during the open house display on 2nd June

The Broadband meeting was advertised around the area in the following terms:
Superfast Broadband for Essex - Find out more about the joint programme by Essex County Council and BT at - www.superfastessex.org - Have you switched to fibre broadband yet?
Come to our FREE event & find out more about the benefits of faster broadband & what you need to do to get it... At: St Osyth Village Hall On: TUESDAY 2 JUNE From: 4pm to 7pm Register: Fibre now available from St Osyth exchange - cabinets 1, 2, 4, 5 & 6.







The subject boards around our annexe showed not only Broadband material, the real subject of the event, but also some other of Essex’s public facing services such as ‘Living Safely’; ‘Special Educational Needs and Disability’; ‘Adult Community Learning’ and ‘Essex Libraries’
The picture above shows Cllr Carlo Guglielmi (left) who is an Essex County Councillor with special responsibility for Broadband, as well as being the Tendring Cabinet member responsible for planning services and (right) Cllr Tom Howard, an Independent from Little Oakley, who is our Cabinet member for Finance, Transformation and Broadband, so put in a nut shell the two people responsible for Broadband BOTH in our Village Hall Annexe, to join comment with residents present!





Under the Superfast Essex Broadband Programme, Essex County Council (ECC), the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and BT are working together on improving the broadband infrastructure in Essex. This will aim to ensure that 87.4% of Essex premises have access to superfast broadband by the end of August 2016.
ECC is now in the process of planning the rollout for Phase 2 of the Superfast Essex Programme. ECC have a Rural Challenge project, designed to attract alternative suppliers, technologies and business models for the delivery of superfast broadband to the more rural areas of Essex, such as us here in St Osyth and Point Clear.
ECC expects to have the final rollout plans for the respective projects confirmed in March and June 2015. Further details will be published on the Superfast Essex website - www.superfastessex.org- , when they become available.


M.J.T.
13/6/15

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