At the moment I live in the middle of nowhere in mid Devon. My Postcode is covered by the BDUK scheme but my cabinet is roughly 3 miles away and so I get down speeds of roughly 1.5Mb/s. However, recently there have been openreach engineers installing what looks to be FTTP infrastructure along my lane. They have been installing fibre on the existing telegraph poles which now have "caution overhead fibre" signs on them. The engineers have also been installing what looks to be fibre distribution nodes on some of the poles as well. See the linked pics for more detail. IN your opinions, does this looks like I might be getting an FTTP solution sometime in the near(ish) future?
You can see the distribution point at the top
The thick fibre which looks as if it will serve as the backhaul
Loops of fibre which looks a if they will go to various homes
Signs on all local telegraph poles
Many poles have fibre drop cables installed on them