MP briefings on "BT and Openreach" and "Full Fibre Networks"

Posted on 14/01/2019

You may find these briefing papers, written for MPs, helpful. The first is an overview of the events leading to the BT/Openreach legal separation along with the timelines involved. The second sets out Government’s plans for promoting full-fibre investment along with financials and targets and how Ofcom’s programme fits into this. It includes information about the Electronic Communications Code and Wayleaves, as well as plans for Duct and Pole Access (DPA).

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