Cab 32 is down on the list, just needs the survey doing, which means power, location and other factors, so if power company come back with a silly price tag might not happen.
ADSL take-up seems to not be a big factor, for the BDUK projects it is more about value for money, i.e. for the gap funding cost will it deliver a decent number of superfast and/or USC connections. There are some cabs I've seen upgraded that give very few superfast but they've lifted almost everyone from 1 Mbps or slower to the 10 to 20 region so no hard and fast rules.
For the county projects with their targets, a lot is down to how the original lists of cabinets got sorted, so it may seem a bit random with some that are left out, and it constantly confuses people why say 1 out of 19 cabs on an exchange is missed out, but every work done on another down the road to fix EO lines.
In short unless a project is working to 100% at a high speed there is going to be those left behind.