Lightning Fibre signs deal with Trinity Homes to install Full Fibre to new builds across East Sussex
Eastbourne-based AltNet Lightning Fibre has agreed to provide symmetric, full fibre broadband infrastructure to Trinity Homes new build developments in East Sussex and beyond. So far, Lightning Fibre has connected The Glenn, Southfields Road (comprising 19 affordable flats), Cavalry Crescent (14 flats and 6 affordable houses) in Eastbourne, and in Heathfield, Cart Barn, comprising 6 affordable flats, 2 maisonettes and 7 houses.
Trinity Homes, also Headquartered in Eastbourne, established in 2003, specialises in new build residential developments throughout Sussex, Surrey and Kent. Trinity is a proven contract developer for Housing Associations, including Wealden District Council, Eastbourne Homes and Southern Housing Group Ltd.
Trinity Homes are taking the next step to tackle and adapt to the current climate crisis by achieving Net Zero Carbon by 205, eliminating gas boilers and replacing them with heat pumps on a number of projects. Lightning Fibre has also committed to achieving ‘Net Zero’ by 2050.
Marcus Cory, Trinity Homes’ Managing Director commented, “It is a pleasure working with Lightning Fibre; meeting the enthusiastic, knowledgeable team and, most importantly, being able to incorporate high speed broadband easily into our new developments for residents.”
Lightning Fibre has recently launched Fibre50, a social tariff for low income households, delivering 50Mbps, symmetrical Full Fibre for just £15 per month, making new full fibre broadband 'accessible to all'.
Photo: Lightning Fibre CEO Ben Ferriman and Trinity Homes MD, Marcus Cory