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Programme Delivery Model

Broadband Delivery Programme

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        Creating a level playing field between incumbents and new providers; and

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        Deregulation of access to infrastructure to facilitate Superfast Broadband.

  • Devolved Administrations are also responsible for:

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      Developing and managing broadband initiatives for their own nations which complement the work that is being done at a UK level;

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        Co-ordination of local government in their areas; and

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        Managing funding allocations within their territories.

      • 6.2.4

        The term „local bodiescovers any public sector body that will be developing local broadband projects for the delivery of broadband services. They may be of any constitution as long as they are representative of the communities they are intending to serve and can demonstrate the constitution, capability, governance and independence to manage a local broadband project and associated funding. However, it is anticipated local bodies will primarily be English Local Authorities, working alone or jointly, and potentially some English Local Authorities working together in Local Enterprise Partnerships.

      • 6.2.5

        Figure 6.1 below illustrates the relationships for the delivery of broadband solutions under the Broadband Delivery Programme. This shows that the nationally led Programme translates into local broadband projects led by local bodies, and that the delivery of broadband solutions is undertaken by the private sector.

Broadband Delivery Programme

Broadband DeliveryUK

Broadband Policy

Devolved Delivery

Local Broadband Projects

Implementation

Residential / Business End Users

6.3

Programme milestones

6.3.1

The timescale for the implementation of the Broadband Delivery Programme is from 2010/11 to the end of 2014/15. Additional funding is also available to provide the option to extend delivery of the Programme to 2016/17 if required.

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Supply Chain

Figure 6.1: Simplified Programme Delivery Model relationships

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