If they are installing an FTTC CAB just over the road would this "impossible dream" actually provide anything that you want?
In future there would, of course, be the possibity of FTTP on demand when the product is released. This seems to be going to has a live FTTC CAB as a prerequisite.
Installing ducting on your premises for future FTTP would seem to be the only option and this would presumably need to meet BT's standards if they were to use it.
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