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Cambridgeshire leads the way for future proof digital connectivity

Cambridgeshire County Council has been recognised by the Government as a leading authority for its ‘barrier busting’ work to attract investment in the fastest, most reliable fibre broadband networks to support businesses and communities.

The work of the council-led Connecting Cambridgeshire digital connectivity programme to ‘effectively encourage the deployment of next generation gigabit broadband networks in rural and urban areas’ is cited in a letter to all local authorities from the Minister for Regional Growth and Local Government Simon Clarke and Digital Minister Matt Warman.

The letter highlights the importance of digital connectivity for economic growth and social inclusion, which is vital during the Covid-19 pandemic and for recovery, and encourages other local authorities to follow the excellent examples of work by Cambridgeshire and Kent county councils.

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