Gigabit-ready internet connections are now mandatory in new homes in England

The UK government has taken a break from getting relentlessly owned on its own Discord server (opens in new tab) to actually do some lawmaking. Announced last Friday (opens in new tab), new amendments to the Building Regulations 2010 (opens in new tab) mean that new homes built in England “will be fitted with infrastructure and connections capable of delivering gigabit broadband,” with the aim of letting owners avoid costly and lengthy installations and allowing tenants to max out their internet speeds without having to hound unresponsive landlords. Not that I’m bitter from personal experience or anything.

Connection costs will be capped at £2000 (around $2400) for property developers. If a developer building a new property is unable to secure a gigabit-ready connection at or below that price, they’ll have to install the next-fastest connection available, and will still have to install the necessary infrastructure—like ducts, chambers and termination points—for the property to handle a gigabit connection in future. 

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