More addresses now able to access superfast broadband

                                                                                                         






As part of the Superfast West Yorkshire & York programme, fibre-optic broadband is now available from cabinets Flockton 59 and Kirkburton 12 at 125 residential and business premises within postcodes:

WF4 4DS

Wakefield Road, Grange Moor, Wakefield

WF4 4TD

Jubilee Way, Grange Moor, Wakefield

WF4 4SJ

Jubilee Way, Grange Moor, Wakefield

WF4 4BP

Paul Lane, Flockton, Wakefield

WF4 4BG

Wakefield Road, Grange Moor, Wakefield

WF4 4BY

Crawshaw Lane, Flockton, Wakefield

WF4 4DR

Barnsley Road, Grange Moor, Huddersfield     Barnsley Road, Flockton, Wakefield

HD8 0GR

Birkhead Close, Highburton, Huddersfield

HD8 0QR

Burton Acres Lane, Highburton, Huddersfield

HD8 0XB

Lee Way, Highburton, Huddersfield

HD8 0QN

Slant Gate, Kirkburton, Huddersfield

HD8 0QW

Hall Lane, Highburton, Huddersfield

HD8 0QT

Northfield Lane, Highburton, Huddersfield



This means that residents and businesses can now upgrade to a better broadband deal by contacting an Internet Service Provider (ISP) of their choice.

Take up of the service will generate additional funding which can be reinvested into the programme to expand the broadband network even further.

The green area on the MAP will help you identify the location of these postcodes, but, since one postcode could be served by 2 or more cabinets, it may be that not all of the area shown can access fibre-optic speeds.

How to upgrade

Residents and businesses can follow two easy steps to upgrade to fibre broadband...

Step 1: Check if you can upgrade

You’ll need to upgrade to benefit from faster broadband speeds. One postcode could be served by 2 or more cabinets so it is important to check if you can upgrade by address, not just postcode. 

Step 2: Find the best deal for you

Contact your existing supplier as well as using broadband comparison sites for free, impartial advice to find the best deal for fibre broadband.  Try www.uswitch.com,www.samknows.com or www.cable.co.uk (other comparison sites are available).

Residents in areas of poor/limited or no broadband availability can register their interest  They will be emailed directly when it becomes available.