Check Your Property

Our latest property checker tool (below) shows the currently planned status (in address list format) for known providers up to the end of 2019. This includes CSW Broadband Contract 2 and Contract 3 coverage, as well as coverage from commercial providers.

You simply need to enter your postcode and you will then see a list of premises and their status. This information was derived from the Open Market Review and Public Consultation that we carried out in preparation for the Contract 3 procurement.


When you enter your postcode, your property’s status will be shown as one of the following classifications:

Superfast Available – Your property may already be able to access superfast broadband.

Superfast Promised – Your property is either due to be upgraded in Contract 2 of the CSW Broadband project or is in an area where BT Openreach or Virgin have stated that they plan to provide superfast broadband before 2020.

AltNet (Under Review) – A supplier (not BT or Virgin) has said that they will be providing superfast broadband before 2020. Learn more…

Contract 3 (Under Investigation)– Your property is in an area that is currently under investigation for Contract 3. Learn more…

Awaiting Funding – Your property is in an area that is currently awaiting further funding. Learn more…

Unknown – Your property’s details are not currently known by providers. Learn more…


If the coverage has been promised by a commercial provider, then we are bound by commercial confidentiality and cannot give further details. However, if the upgrades are planned through the CSW Broadband project then you can see the upgrades which have been announced to date on the Rolling 12-Month Plan.

Updates are announced in Waves and each Wave will take around 12 months to complete.

If upgrades in your area have not yet been announced then you can get more information by entering your postcode into the ‘Location’ field of our Latest Map.

Please note that we are not able to guarantee that your property will be able to access superfast broadband speeds. This is because each property is unique, and there may be circumstances where it is not possible to connect every property in an area to the new network. Any properties remaining would be eligible for inclusion in modelling for any future funding.