Programme Delivery Model
Broadband Delivery Programme
broadband from Local Authorities, Local Enterprise Administrations, and Enterprise Agencies in Scotland; The primary intended audience of this document are: Those directly involved in the Broadband Delivery Programme; Members of the Broadband Delivery Programme Board; P a r t i e s w i t h r e s p o n s i b i l i t y f o r t h e s t r a t e g y f o r , p r o c u r e m e n t o f a n d / o r d e l i v e r y o f Partnerships, Devolved
Suppliers, service providers and members of the supply chain for broadband and supporting services; and
Community groups interested in broadband.
This document may also be relevant to other parties interested in the delivery and outcomes of the Broadband Delivery Programme.
Structure of this document
The remainder of this document is structured as follows:
Section 3 sets out the vision and objectives of the Broadband Delivery Programme;
Section 4 sets out the delivery principles that BDUK will use for the full development of
its detailed approach to delivery, and the main methods through which it is expected that they will be achieved;
Section 5 sets out the critical success factors for the Programme and how success will be measured;
Section 6 sets out the overall approach to Programme delivery, including the roles and responsibilities of BDUK, and of local bodies;
Section 7 sets out the activities that BDUK will undertake as part of Programme delivery;
Section 8 sets out the approach to the development and sourcing of individual broadband projects through local bodies;
Section 9 sets out the approach to stimulating demand for broadband services;
Section 10 sets out potential roles for and the involvement of community based groups;
Section 11 sets out what Customers should expect to result from the Broadband Delivery Programme;
Section 12 sets out what the Programme delivery approach means for the supplier market;
Section 13 sets out the commercial model for delivery, summarises the Programme sourcing strategy, and describes the approach to State Aid clearance; and
Section 14 sets out the Programme funding held by BDUK, and the approach to sourcing additional funding to meet investment needs.
A glossary of key terms used in this document is set out in Annex A.