Across Hampshire overall a £13.8 million project is underway with the aim that at least 90% of premises have broadband capable of superfast speed by 2015, and at least 95% by the end of 2017.
The programme will help to fill the gap in rural areas that would otherwise be left out because the numbers of people that could sign up are not commercially viable for providers.
The programme went live in January 2014 and is being rolled out on a phased basis. The rollout schedule is designed to make the best use of public funds and will be coordinated alongside other local utility and road improvements to bring the least possible disruption to communities.
Information about the project and phases of delivery can be found at www.hampshiresuperfastbroadband.com/