High-speed internet for council housing

Register for free installation

We are working with Hyperoptic to make fast internet access available to council housing tenants.

Hyperoptic provides high-speed broadband phone and internet services at low-cost. They connect social housing buildings with modern fibre-optic cables, and offer each household their own private Hyperoptic socket – similar to a telephone socket – for fast access to online services.

Initially the service is being offered to 1,700 tenants in areas of Grays, Purfleet, South Ockendon and Tilbury.

You can register for free installation if you are a resident of any housing listed below.

Work began during summer 2017, starting in the areas where most residents have registered for the service.

Grays

Housing Status
Butler House, Argent Street Registration open
Davall House, Argent Street Registration open
Greenwood House, Argent Street Registration open
George Tilbury House, Godman Road Will be connected in November 2017
Gooderham House, Godman Road Will be connected in November 2017
Poole House, Godman Road Will be connected in November 2017
Arthur Toft House, New Road Registration open
George Crooks House, New Road Registration open
Lionel Oxley House, New Road Registration open
Morrison House, Jesmond Road Registration open
Bevan House, Laird Avenue Registration open
Keir Hardie House, Milford Road Registration open
Seabrooke Rise Registration open

Purfleet

Housing Status
Chieftan Drive, Purfleet Registration open
Marine Court, Purfleet Connected
River Court, Purfleet Connected

South Ockendon

Housing Status
Clayburn Gardens, South Ockendon Registration open
Cranell Green, South Ockendon Registration open

Tilbury

Housing Status
Perth House, Canberra Square, Tilbury Registration open
Tasmania House, Hobart Road, Tilbury Will be connected in November 2017
Brisbane House, Leicester Road, Tilbury Will be connected in November 2017
Freemantle House, Leicester Road, Tilbury Will be connected in November 2017