I can't believe how cheap and nasty it all looks. They've ran fibre to the apartment and then used a £30 1000LX media convertor to convert it to copper, almost defeating the point of originally using fibre. A cheaper and smarter way would be to just run cat6a to the apartment via the same route they've used for fibre, future proof for 10Gb/s if that's what they're after...
The "choc blocs" method is nasty as MHC has said. I also don't under why they've ran a patch cable from the media convertor, terminated it into an RJ45 wall module, then plugged another patch cable in and ran that to the router, pretty poor attempt at a demarcation point, adding more clutter to the whole setup.
I was expecting more from the much hyped Hyperoptic.