Our services for landlords include digital infrastructure planning and route design for MDUs. 

We recommend the most suitable locations for digital infrastructure to come into and through buildings, up to the floors or landings where residents live. Once the design for digital infrastructure is developed, strict administrative and quality assurance protocols need to be passed before the build phase commences. 
 
In keeping with Golden Thread principles, a digital asset record is maintained during the build, with route design details continually reviewed and adapted. This rigorous process means providers are fully accountable, and all work is carried out to the highest regulatory standards. 

Why You Need a Landlord Route Design

Complete Fibre, a flagship service by Complete Technology Group, offers a comprehensive suite of solutions for landlords, prominently featuring digital infrastructure planning and highly specialized route design tailored for Multi-Dwelling Units (MDUs). 

Our process involves expertly recommending strategic locations for the entry and passage of digital infrastructure within buildings, extending the planning to encompass the specific floors or landings where residents reside. The journey from design to build phase is meticulous, subject to strict administrative and quality assurance protocols that guarantee the highest industry standards. 

Embodying the Golden Thread principles, our commitment to maintaining a digital asset record during the build phase ensures transparency and accountability. Route design details undergo continuous review and adaptation, demonstrating our unwavering dedication to delivering work that not only meets but exceeds the most stringent regulatory standards. 

  • Next generation technology
  • Fibre optic cables
  • Faster connections
  • More reliable service
  • Enable more devices
  • Better online experience
  • Digital inclusion

We’d love to explain more

If you have any questions about what we’re doing, why and what it will mean for your home, then reach out today.