My line is served from an exchange in another county via a cabinet also in that other county. Originally the other county's BDUK scheme planned to fibre enable the exchange and provide FTTC with a RFS date of June 2014. This would have enabled me to benefit albeit at a reduced speed due to distance from the cabinet. However this target date was not met and I am now informed by the BDUK responsible for the other county that it is no longer planned to fibre enable my cabinet but instead to provide FTTP in lieu for those properties currently served by it AND only within that county.
My own county's BDUK scheme currently continues to assume that the other county's original scheme will benefit me, not having yet caught up with recent events. I am currently trying to acquaint them with this current situation and ascertain what if anything they might do to help.
To assist me In this endeavour my question on this forum is whether or not it is even legally possible for my own county's BDUK scheme to subsidise the other county's BDUK scheme so as to cover the costs of their going back to the original FTTC proposal.