Full Fibre has received additional funding from Basalt Infrastructure Partners, with the altnet now building to over 320,000 premises across ten English counties.
A hot spot for the latest investment is Evesham, where work will begin in November. This will be the centre of a network that will reach close to 22,000 premises. The same high speed and quality connectivity will be extended to the surrounding communities of Broadway, Honeybourne, Badsey, Bretforton, Offenham and the Littletons.
CEO Oliver Helm said: “This latest investment from our board pays testament to the progress we have made within our two initial regions.”
Other towns to benefit include: Malvern, Pershore, Cookley and Wychbold as well as Alcester & Bidford on Avon in Warwickshire, Bourton on the Water and Newent in Gloucestershire, Bromyard in Herefordshire, Kinver in Staffordshire, and a host of communities in Shropshire; Bridgnorth, Whitchurch, Market Drayton, Ellesmere, Broseley, St Martins, Weston Rhyn and Whittington.