How ethical and sustainable is Community Fibre?
Community Fibre is a brand of broadband that appears in The Good Shopping Guide’s Ethical Broadband Providers Ratings Table.
Although this brand still needs to meet our Ethical Benchmark, we hope to see the brand make progress in the future.
We would have extra confidence in this brand if it submitted itself to apply for Ethical Accreditation, whereby The Good Shopping Guide would make further detailed assessments and recommendations for ethical improvement.
What does Community Fibre do?
COMMUNITY FIBRE LIMITED is a Private limited company based in London, 195 with over employees. The company began business in 2010. It is mainly a Broadband Provider, listed as Active. According to the latest confirmation statements, there are currently 97 directors of the firm. Community Fibre is already London’s largest and fastest 100% full fibre broadband provider.
“We are delighted that lenders have seen the impact of our ever-increasing network and the level of customer interest in faster, more reliable, and more affordable broadband access. In a time of money worries for many families Community Fibre has been able to deliver a better service for a lower price. We will now be able to accelerate our network rollout and bring these benefits to a much larger number of customers” says Graeme Oxby, CEO of Community Fibre.
“The lenders and our shareholders share the view that Community Fibre’s momentum will further strengthen its position as the best and largest FTTH provider in London”, says Olaf Swantee, Chairman of Community Fibre.
For which criteria does Community Fibre perform poorly?
Despite Community Fibre’s progress, there is still room for improvement. Community Fibre was marked down under our criteria for Environmental Reports, Other Criticisms, Political Donations, and Fossil Fuels.
How can the Community Fibre brand improve its Ethical Rating?
The Good Shopping Guide score results from multiple ethical criteria, and Community Fibre’s score has been calculated from these criteria. To reach our minimum Ethical Benchmark and qualify for Ethical Accreditation, Community Fibre has some issues to resolve, including Environmental Reports, Other Criticisms, Political Donations, and Fossil Fuels.