BDUK is developing resources for local bodies to develop their own broadband strategies and projects.  This will include things such as State Aid application guidelines, templates and examples of good practice.  These aren’t ready just yet, but should be published soon. As part of the work on the pilot projects, BDUK will be bringing together a number of tools to assist consumers register the fact that they can’t get broadband, help communities organise to help solve the broadband issues in their community and to allow community groups to share their experiences and provide advice to each other. There are a number of websites currently offering services such as these and we will be looking to bring these together rather than developing from scratch ourselves.  The Consumer section of the website will be hosting links to these over time.

BDUK presentation to the Westminster eForum

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