Jeremy works with councils to help them better understand their broadband installation needs across their residential housing stock, with the aim of ensuring homes are safely and efficiently digitally connected, while the integrity of buildings is protected, and broadband providers are held to account.
Jeremy, who joined CTG in December 2021, understands the challenges faced by local authorities in the wake of both the Grenfell tragedy and Covid pandemic. Landlords are eager to ensure their homes are safe and at a reduced risk of fire, while also ensuring they are future proofed in an increasingly digital world.
“Local authorities are facing a number of demands in relation to their residential housing right now and CTG is here to work with them, supporting and advising them around their broadband needs,” said Jeremy.
“We can take the strain from landlords. We have the experience and knowledge to enable us to be a trusted partner, ensuring they’re able to meet and exceed their obligations to their residents.
“We can advise and audit properties, manage broadband installations on their behalf, inspect work, and provide Complete Fibre connectivity, ensuring that all work is carried out to the highest standards and in accordance with stringent health and safety rules. Accountability is at the heart of the services we provide.”
Jeremy said despite CTG being a newly formed organisation, it’s culture and ethos was already deep-rooted, with environmental and social responsibility at its core.
“CTG has a real desire to ensure everyone is digitally included in a safe, efficient and low carbon way, and that’s an incredibly exciting thing for me to be a part of.”