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This site provides a summary of progress with the various local, regional and national initiatives for broadband provision to the local area.

It runs on server facilities provided by Two Worlds Consulting Ltd but any views expressed on this site are specific to the authors and are not necessarily representative of the views of Two Worlds.

The site also summarises progress reported from the Balquhidder, Lochearnhead and Strathyre Community Council and from  Stirling Council’s Broadband Advisory group but does not purport to represent the official views of either organisation.

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  1. Hot off the CBS website – in Fife we knew about the delay but were not given a new date – now we know!

    Please note the response date has been extended until the 19th of August for the following Open Market Review and State Aid Public Consultations:

    Balquhidder, Dalguise, Fair Isle, Helmsdale, Kyles of Bute and Laggan State Aid Public Consultation
    Fife State Aid Public Consultation
    B4GAL, Durisdeer & Southern Uplands Partnership Open Market Review

    If you would be interested in joining Scottish Rural Action Broadband Working Group forum please send an email to

    Amanda Burgauer SRA
    amanda@nullscottishruralparliament.org.uk

    At the Rural Parliament in Oban in 2014, certain themes were adopted into the SRA’s Action Plan, broadband being a major item in this.

    Scottish Rural Action, the non-profit that organises the Scottish Rural Parliament, believes that the current programme to deliver superfast broadband to Scotland isn’t working. We want to work with you, the communities across Scotland, to create a compelling case that the Scottish Government can’t ignore.

    We will gather data from projects across Scotland and present evidence to Scottish Government about what’s not working and why. We will lobby for connectivity that’s fit for purpose for everyone in Scotland, regardless of rurality or difficulties with infrastructure. In order to do this, we need you to provide evidence and to lend us your voice, so that we can speak more loudly.

    If you agree, please respond to this message with who you are, which organisation/community you represent and what stage you are at in your quest for better connectivity.

    We will have a strong voice if we all work together.

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