BT do sell FTTP - Infinity 3 and Infinity 4 are BT Retail FTTP packages and there are some others that sell it as well (although neither TalkTalk or Sky currently resell the BT FTTP packages). The FTTP packages will only appear though on addresses that have it available - Infinity 3 and 4 do not appear in searches for premises that don't have FTTP (or if we want to get complicated they may be available for people on G.Fast trial but that is a whole other story).
It is possible that the pay back is better on FTTP for your area than FTTC - it does happen. If there are already ducts in the ground (or possibly poles) to carry the fibres then it is certainly possible they will choose this as the best option for you.
the bt checker went from " no fttc sorry " to " fttp in plans " and now openreach engineers are literred around the estate, opening manholes on sides of roads and doing stuff in there, so no idea how long it will take once they finished mine
I presume they have to finish the whole estate?
the fttp checker says in plans, it hasnt even got to design, survey yet so maybe I'm wishing