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Virgin are st present installing the cables in Gorton area Manchester  for virgin broadband our housing estate is just 100 meters away from the street they are laying cables for new lines. We are surprised as to why our housing estate which has 250 properties has been left out of this installation can someone please tell as what is the criteria of where and when they lay the new cables and what would be the reason as to why a development of 250 houses has been left out 

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decisions will be made based on various things. these will be deemed as business sensitive and unlikely to be divulged.

it might not be financially viable, there may be wayleave issues, may be physical issues which make it hard to run cable.

the bottom line is that business decisions are made as to where they cable and where they don't.
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Is it a private road?

Is it a new build estate that is under 10 years old?

Is the road/paths block paved?

Any of the above can prevent a road from being included in a build expansion.

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Hi

thanks for the reply I think the estate is 8 years old.

so do you think virgin will install once the estate is 10years old.

how come BT. has brought fibre to the estate although it is not super fast broadband 

 

thanks 

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@Mullankd wrote:

Hi

thanks for the reply I think the estate is 8 years old.

so do you think virgin will install once the estate is 10years old.

how come BT. has brought fibre to the estate although it is not super fast broadband 

 

thanks 


The road has to be adopted by the local authority. Also there is usually an embargo in place that stops anyone digging up the roads that lasts several years after estates are built.

BT has an obligation to provide services, so this will have been done prior to the roads/paths being laid. 

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