Gigaclear plans major full fiber rollout near Selby

With construction starting in Hillam – followed by Thorpe Willoughby later in the year – more than 3,400 homes will be connected.

The work is part of a £15 million investment by an ultrafast broadband provider in underserved rural communities in Yorkshire GigaclearCompletion is scheduled for spring 2024.

Tony Smith, delivery director, said: “Brayton was the first Yorkshire community we brought our network to and we are now expanding westwards.”

“There are many great benefits to living in rural communities like Hillam and Thorpe Willoughby, but access to the fastest broadband speeds is not always what people expect.”


“People living in cities enjoy much faster speeds on average than people in rural areas and Ofcom says the gap is widening.”

“However, Gigaclear’s mission is to bridge this gap and bring full fiber speeds to residents of rural villages and towns so they can work, stream, scroll and game online entertainment like everyone else.”

During technical work, Gigaclear will, where possible, use existing Openreach channels and masts to minimize disruption.

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