This means your line comes directly from the exchange without going through a cabinet. A cabinet is a pre-requisite for FTTC.
There are cases where lines are re-organised onto a cabinet to provide FTTC or where FTTP is used on Exchange Only lines, but both these are more expensive than providing FTTC service from an existing cabinet. It is possible one of these options will be implemented, maybe using BDUK funding, but this means you are less likely to get a fibre based service from BT Openreach than if you were served from a cabinet that was reasonably close.
It's probably worth talking to your local BDUK project to see if there is any intention to provide your premises with FTTC via network reorganisation or FTTP.