Business broadband bonanza

Voucher scheme to give businesses the opportunity to access superfast broadband.


West Sussex businesses are invited to apply for a new scheme which will help with the cost of connecting to superfast broadband.

The West Sussex Superfast Connection Voucher scheme is aimed at small and medium sized businesses that currently don’t have access to superfast broadband and are not based in an area which will undergo broadband investment from the government.

The scheme is designed to give businesses the opportunity to access superfast broadband speeds of more than 30Mbps.

Eligible businesses can apply for a voucher to provide capital funding of between £1,000 and £3,000 or up to 40% of the overall project cost, whichever is lower.

The scheme is running until 1 February 2017, or until the available funding has been allocated.

Any works undertaken must be completed and paid for before 31 March 2017 to qualify for the grant.

Louise Goldsmith, West Sussex County Council Leader, said: “This funding is a fantastic opportunity for local businesses to access the latest digital technologies through superfast broadband.

“I would encourage businesses to find out more and make the most of this scheme.”

The scheme has been developed by Rural West Sussex Partnership, South Downs National Park Authority, Gatwick Diamond Initiative, Coastal West Sussex Partnership, Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership and West Sussex County Council.

The funding for the scheme is from the Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership Local Growth Deal.

For further information on the scheme search ‘Broadband Connection Voucher’ on

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Last updated:
6 February 2018

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