With all the questions about FTTP one thing I have not seen mentioned (although that maybe because I have a short attention span) is what happens in the street after the street existing chamber (DP?) for connections that are currently directly buried.
Now what I mean here is that when FTTP is deployed I assume that a street is dug up and a communal pipe(s) is added around the street (like Virgin Media did all those years ago).
However, what happens where there is a need to tee off to each property. Is a mini chamber constructed at the property boundary (similar to the VM toby) or is the main run of pipe simply buried and then when an FTTP connection is ordered someone comes and digs another hole in the pavement and tees off from there, running conduit down to the external outer edge of the house?