Digital capability, capacity and the infrastructure to support it

Connecting today for tomorrow

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New research available now

In our series of research reports, we aim to put a spotlight on digital connectivity in the UK. The country’s reliance on broadband and mobile connections is only rising, with many stakeholders now responsible for delivering the connections on which we all depend.

To get the best insight into how policymakers are thinking about the issue of connectivity, we have conducted a wide-ranging survey of 100 MPs and more than 500 local councillors. The findings are shared in detail throughout the report.

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Gráinne Gilmore

Director of research and insights

Head office

T +44 (0) 20 7647 7142
Gráinne Gilmore, director of research & insights, Cluttons
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Darren Zitren

Partner, head of infrastructure

Manchester

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Darren Zitren, head of infrastructure, Cluttons

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