The Last Few %
Despite the rest of the UK benefiting from improved connectivity in recent years, parts of North Wales still lack consistent broadband coverage, which has impacted communities, businesses and the wider economy.
This project will address the 'digital divide' (the difference in connectivity quality between towns and rural communities) and consider how connectivity can reach the last of the region’s premises currently without superfast (30 megabits per second) broadband. It will aim to provide sustainable and affordable broadband connectivity to benefit North Wales communities and businesses.
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Which stage has the project reached?
The planning phase of the spending proposal. Assessing the strategic context for the project and demonstrating how it provides synergy with other projects within the portfolio.
The scoping phase of the project. Making the case for change and identifying the preferred way forward.
The planning phase for the project. Identifying the options that provide value for money, confirming the affordability of the project and determining the arrangements for the successful delivery of the project.
The Outline Business Case is presented to the North Wales Economic Ambition Board for approval. When approved the procurement phase of the project can begin.
The procurement phase of the project. Recording the findings of the procurement and confirming the management arrangements for the delivery, monitoring and evaluation of the project.
The Full Business Case is presented to the North Wales Economic Ambition Board for approval. When approved the implementation phase of the project can begin.
The project implementation phase. The Full Business Case is used as a reference point to deliver the project and monitor progress.
The post project implementation stage. Evaluating how well the project was delivered and lessons learnt. The Full Business Case is used to determine the extent the anticipated benefits were delivered and realised.