Technology is not the problem it is money.
Plenty of people who can be helped for less money probably in the rest of Berkshire so as long as you are able to get 2 Mbps or more then nothing will happen for you.
I'll add a reminder here that there is a second phase to BDUK, where the target (for the UK as a whole) rises to 95%, and more money gets added to the projects. And, while not announced, you also have to figure that there will be a third phase - there are trials funded to give ideas for what phase 3 would look like.
BT is starting to look at technology that will go deeper into the network - which is the kind of solution you (the OP) need - and is likely to see more usage in the second phase (search for FTTRN). However, it is no given that BT will win these contracts, so you might find that altnets get a finger in the pie (as seems to be happening in West Oxfordshire).
Phase 3 would seem likely to comprise wireless umbrella schemes of some format.
You do get into some interesting politics & contracts issues though... as the phase 1 contracts include budgets for the 2Mbps USC; any extra investment through a phase 2 or 3 can interplay with that budget - a reduction that can be re-invested into additional superfast coverage somewhat. I'm not sure whether that means that it gives BT or county councils the upper hand in phase 2 negotiations (which will be going on right now).