South of Scotland Alliance
The South of Scotland Alliance is a partnership of Dumfries and Galloway Council, Scottish Borders Council and Scottish Enterprise (South Scotland). The Alliance campaigns to raise the profile of the area and to make sure that South of Scotland's concerns are raised at the highest level of government.
The Alliance hosts the South of Scotland Forum annually to raise topical issues affecting local businesses and organisations. Scottish Government is usually represented at the Forum by a senior minister.
Digital connectivity is top of the list of concerns. The South of Scotland Broadband Project is the Alliance's latest co-operative venture.
Show your support for our campaign for superfast broadband in the South of Scotland.
Over the last 12-18 months, South of Scotland Alliance (SoSA) has been working with the Scottish Government to develop a Local Broadband Plan for rural Scotland. As a result the South of Scotland Alliance (SoSA) is hoping to be one of the first areas for rollout along with Aberdeen City and Shire.
Please take 5 minutes of your time to show your support for Superfast Broadband across the South of Scotland by registering your interest on this website. This could make a big difference to our campaign.
This will help us to convince both the Scottish Government and the commercial suppliers that there is sufficient demand for better broadband across the South of Scotland. The information you provide us will allow us to identify the areas of the South that currently have good or bad services.
The SoSA also encourages and provides information for communities to work together to resolve local connectivity issues.