Broadband Connection Points (BCPs)

By September 15, 2020 September 16th, 2020 No Comments

The Department of Rural and Community Development in partnership with local authority Broadband Officers (BBOs) and the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE), has identified approximately 300 sites around the country to act as Broadband Connection Points (BCPs).

In advance of homes and businesses receiving future-proofed broadband directly to their door, a network of Broadband Connection Points will provide vital high-speed broadband access at locations within the amber area of the National Broadband plan.

Broadband Connection Points (or BCPs) are public locations which have been selected to receive 150Mb high-speed broadband connectivity in the first year (2020) of the National Broadband Plan.

BCP locations at schools are for educational access only, all other BCP’s will provide free public access for high-speed broadband connectivity. People living in the general area will then be able to access this broadband for their necessary requirements.

This project is well underway and NBI have surveyed all BCP locations in Longford.  The first of these will open in Longford in the next month or two.

N39X838Moyne Latin School
N39XD43Mullinalaghta Community Center
N39YT78Aughine Community Centre
N39N8K5Abbeyshrule Airport
N39XT18Corlea Heritage Center
N39Y392Colmcille GAA
Ballymore Shamrocks GAA
N39K729Carrickedmond GAA
N39EX99Fermoyle National School
N39KN92Bunlahy National School