G.Network has agreed a master wayleave with one of the UK’s largest housing associations, London and Quadrant (L&Q).
L&Q is one of the UK’s leading housing associations and developers. They house around 250,000 people in more than 110,000 homes, primarily across London and the South East, and are actively involved in the communities they build, staying locally based and responsive.
Following the agreements, G.Network full fibre broadband will be available to over 30,000 premises as the company’s network expands. Over a thousand L&Q properties can already receive G.Network full fibre broadband service.
G.Network COO David Sangster said, “Our agreement with L&Q means that thousands more Londoners will be upgraded to state-of-the-art full fibre broadband. We are thrilled to be working with L&Q, and look forward to years of strong partnership working.”
Vicky Holland, Head of Special Projects and Sustainability at L&Q said, “We are pleased to be working with G.Network to provide better and faster full-fibre broadband. Delivering low-cost connectivity to our residents enables them to take advantage of the well documented financial, economic and social benefits of being online.
“Not only will this help them to access our website, it will also support people working at home or looking for employment."
G.Network is in discussion with a number of further Housing Associations about signing similar agreements.
David Sangster of G.Network will be speaking at the UK’s largest digital economy event, Connected Britain, later this year in London. To find out how to join David and 3,000 attendees from across the UK connectivity market, head to the event website.