North Lincolnshire Council wants views on fast broadband plan

Businesses and residents in North Lincolnshire are being asked to tell the council where they would like to see super-fast broadband in the area.

About £5m has been made available to get the south of the Humber on to broadband, with 90% on super-fast broadband.

North Lincolnshire Council said people's views were needed to understand their broadband needs.

The council said the plan would stimulate economic growth.

Council leader Liz Redfern said: "If broadband is important to you personally or for business, please spare a few minutes of your time to complete the survey.

"By doing so, you will help bring super-fast broadband to North Lincolnshire."

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