Buildings now ranked of quality of Connectivity

A new scheme which shows the quality and capacity of internet and broadband connectivity in buildings is now being introduced, similar to the scores on the doors scheme for restaurants and catering premises.

Building owners can now make clear how good the connectivity is and prospective tenants can assess whether the connectivity is sufficient for their needs.

As Lead Member for Broadband and Connectivity at Westminster we have been working with the City and major landowners and stakeholders to encourage them to ensure that sufficient capacity is built into their developments and refurbishments in the same way as sufficient supplies of water and electricity are taken as a given.

Individual occupiers can then key into this infrastructure according to their specific needs.

This is a useful step towards ensuring that the current areas poorly served by the historic infrastructure can be given the kind of service that they need to operate businesses in the twenty first century.

Please follow this link to the scheme.

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