Does anyone know if
NTLVirgin Media is FTTP or FTTC?
Virgin Media's network is made up of at least 3 different types of existing cable networks (as well as a DSL overlay across the UK) that merged over the years when Virgin Media took over (or rather, rebranded).
For cable connections, they should all be FTTC now for residential and small most business locations.
Then from the Cab, for each property, it's <100meters with their own dedicated coaxial cable. Both TV and broadband services are then split (if needed) off the cable. Telephone comes in via its own line.
For anyone willing to pay for a business location. You can have a dedicated fiber line up to 1Gbit asymmetric, but that's a whole different story.