Over 645,000 premises in Wales can already access superfast broadband thanks to Superfast Cymru, and by the end of the year this figure is expected to reach 690,000.
From 2018 the Welsh Government will be working on how to reach the final few per cent of premises without access to superfast broadband. So that this work is as accurate as possible it needs to hear from those not yet connected.
A list of potential premises has been published and is open for comments until July 13. An interactive map can help residents and businesses check if they are already included on the list. The Welsh Government also wants to hear from communities who have an interest in driving their own solutions.

Commenting on this Dawn Bowden AM said:

“I welcome this drive by the Welsh Government to push for access to superfast broadband for those premises currently unable to benefit from this service.”

“I would encourage any constituents or businesses in Merthyr and Rhymney who do not have access to superfast broadband to take part in the consultation on the proposed extension of superfast access”

The consultation can be accessed at: