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Accepting free communications infrastructure from existing service providers during construction saves developers up-front costs and effort - but there are downsides.
Housing developers need to be prepared for upcoming legislation that requires new-build homes to be able to support gigabit-speed internet, also known as full fibre.
In today's construction build, its often only the high-end residential buildings that get the all-singing, all-dancing smart home technology.
Since 2007, there has been over a 63% growth in the number of households renting in the UK.
Here are the key questions housebuilders should ask internet service providers.
Three million UK homes now have access to full fibre connectivity, but there's a still a long way to go and barriers to entry that can be overcome.