I wonder if that is down to the OP's location being in a town/city centre? AFAIK BDUK funds cannot be used in such areas, which is why there are still many areas (eg in Central London or Leeds Centre) without FTTC/P, though 'Fibre First' has begun addressing this. I guess this is down to a higher % of commercial premises located in town/city centres whereas BDUK is really intended to benefit residential customers en-masse.
I know of Farnborough but that's as far as it goes for me. CodeLook says Hampshire Superfast have funded around 18 cabinets to get FTTC so not sure if these are in the middle of down or not.
Nothing stopping city centre areas, hence why a number of cabinets in Farnborough have been done in the phase two roll-out
London was excluded as was already above BDUK target.
A problem that repeats across city centres though is Exchange Only lines, i.e. more costly to give VDSL2 and with value for money as a big Gov driver then are at the end of the list often. Also cabinet density is higher, so compared to the suburban areas you often have lots of smaller footprint cabinets in terms of area and number of premises covered, thus may have broken the £1,700 per premises intervention rule