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  Reply # 948130 9-Dec-2013 15:05
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In your example if you un-check the "UFB Zones" selection in the legend the "lightest blue" will disappear off the map leaving light blue representing "planned by 2016". There is no UFB "Available" in Fielding yet.


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  Reply # 948199 9-Dec-2013 16:24
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NotReally: Thanks for this.

Had a look at Rotorua and not sure what it means. There is a dark blue colour that is "available now" and the rest of the city is a light blue colour. It's not the same light blue in the legend that means "Planned by Jun 2014" and is very clearly not the red/pink colours meaning 2015 or 2016.

Can anyone confirm whether all of Rotorua is getting UFB in the next 6 months (great news) or does it mean we aren't getting UFB for more than 2.5 years (not so good)?

As per previous post -

Uncheck the "UFB Area" in the Legend and yuo wil lose the UFB build area overlay.  You will then see more distinctly the two shades of blue, "Available" & "Planned by Jun-2016". 


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