Digital divide hits Brockley Cross

"The Brockley 27" in classic "angry local residents" pose for the Guardian
A few months ago, a friend who moved into the Dragonfly Place live-work development in Brockley Cross, mentioned that the residents were struggling to get any phone or internet access and we might look into the subject. Well, we should have, but we didn't.

Now, proving in a way that no amount of NSA revelations ever could, that there is still a role for professional journalists, the Guardian has covered the story. As the article tells, it has been seven months since the place opened and there is still no BT Openreach connection, which is not helpful for a development designed to attract small creative and tech businesses.

Read the full story and BT's excuse about blocked ducts here.