We've had a quote from Openreach to get a Fibre cab installed of just over 9k + VAT. It's a residential area, but we're hoping at least one person will be running a business from home to get an extra 3k towards our fundraising efforts.
If we were to setup our group as a social enterprise it would only be to get another 3k towards getting the cab installed, we wouldn't want the hassle of actually running anything ourselves, we'd be quite happy to either pay the Openreach quote directly or go via an ISP who would then pay Openreach. What I'm not sure on is if we could setup a social enterprise that doesn't actually do anything other than try and get a fibre cab installed, or even if we can setup a social enterprise if the connection voucher scheme would think we qualified.
We're not in the commercial rollout and we've been left out of our BDUK project's plans, so funding it ourselves is our only option (more info at www.cheltenham151.com)