Getting Hyperoptic into a development isn't easy - I tried and met resistance from the freeholder and residents.
Hyperoptic wanted to put termination gear into one central building and trunk ethernet across the fronts of buildings to all the other buildings (sensible enough). This was enough for the residents of the houses who were going to be trunked across - to refuse - and it kyboshed the entire install.
The freeholder wanted to be consulted (and paid) because, well, they're the freeholder, they want their coin.
I honestly thought Rotherhithe street was cabled up when they first put in CATV, because it was there then ! The rest of the area has been built since then.
As a result, it's looking like it really is only BT who can deliver to you - they have the ducts, and they are doing stuff in the area to FTTC people up. I actually think they recognise the demand now, I've seen quite a few cabinets go up over the last few months.
This (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-38397304) may also be useful investment (though you can hardly call rotherhithe remote, it might as well be the hebrides).
Best of luck.
Edited by gavsdavs (Thu 22-Dec-16 14:24:28)