Community Fibre connects with £25m funding round

The British connectivity business has raised money from investors including the National Digital Infrastructure Fund.

Community Fibre, a company which installs internet connections in social housing in London, has raised £25m in a new funding round, the Financial Times reported this week.

The deal was supported by the UK government’s new National Digital Infrastructure Fund as well as the railways pension fund Railpen.

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