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News archive: Phase One Core route map

March 28th, 2012
Author: Chris Conder
Tags: community core jfdi network
Posted In: Archive News

Many people have asked to see where the core route is going, so here is a rough outline of the direction it takes. All the eight parishes are covered by the thirteen routes shaded pink on this map. Work will begin on March 31st 2012 with a ceremonial breaking of the sod. After that the different stages will begin and be joined together prior to being lit, in approximately three months time. There are about 500 businesses and homes on the core who will be connected at this time, and the rest of the routes will start to dig and join up, like a web over the parishes, bringing in the rest of the customers who will make this network sustainable.

This is the community in action. A network of people. Building the network of the future.

View Full press release of the launch dig here

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