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CAPACITY - We are aware that some cabinets are at capacity, which will mean that you cannot order an upgrade at this point in time. BT is aware of this issue and is working to upgrade your cabinet. Unfortunately, BT do not provide information to us regarding when individual cabinets will be updated. They have launched a new 'waiting list' facility. Please ensure that you are put on this waiting list by your ISP.
Cabinet 57 on the GRANTHAM exchange
Cabinet 8 on the GREATFORD exchange
Cabinet 1 on the HUTTOFT exchange
Cabinet 3 on the HUTTOFT exchange
Cabinet 7 on the MOULTON exchange
Cabinet 5 on the STICKNEY exchange
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Burgh on Bain 4 - This is going to suffer significant delays - power booked in on the 12th May; DNO unable to improve date due to network upgrade
Dowsby 5 - Ready for service - products will be available from this cabinet within 2 weeks
Dowsby 602 - Shifted - estimated completion now mid April
Fulbeck 606 - replan in progress. Estimated completion late April
Gosberton 5 – Continued issues on bridge have shifted timescales - estimated for late April.
Grantham 16 - Due to difficulty in completing civils activity in advance of cab shift. Continued access issues on the job. ECD 6th April
Holbeach St Johns 1 - Planning issue, survey required. ECD end of April
Kirton 5 - Traffic management has delayed this - estimated mid-April
Kirton 8 - Further civils issues encountered estimated completion date is now the end of April
Lincoln 50 - Cabinet stood; expected completion mid April
Metheringham 3/2 (Nocton) - Minor delay to delivery expected, meeting with sub-contractor held at site; new cabinet location agreed, fast-track documents with highways department. Traffic management beginning w/c 4th April.
Owersby Moor E4 - This cabinet has been removed from the project because of excessive build costs. There is a requirement for a directional drill to be completed and this alone would cost over £150K and on that basis, we cannot justify this level of expenditure. We will of course continue to seek alternative technological solutions for this area
Spalding 16 – Estimation shifted to mid April.
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