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I have an easement through a neighbour's plot which I am planning to open up in order to insert pipes and ducts for future services. It is 2m+ wide with a wording allowing the insertion of new service media incl. eg for the supply and removal of energy, telecomms, data, water, sewerage etc and "all structures, machinery and equipment ancillary to those media". I am planning to insert a soil pipe run, a water pipe run, and 3 or 4 runs of normal 2" duct. I can terminate the runs in my plot alright, but will need a "something" at the other end just short of the pavement in my neighbour's plot such as a chamber or similar. At the moment the neighbour is just a plot with nothing built on it, hence the desire to put things in now before it would cause significant disturbance. 1 - Can anyone tell me how I should do the terminations at the other end, to keep them protected and tidy until they are used in the future? 2 - It is quite a wide easement at 2m+ and I want to put an indicator bollard or similar just to remind them where the far edge is to stop them digging it up. Can anybody suggest a suitable item to concrete in for this purpose? 3 - Are there regulations as to depths and so on for trenches and hazard tape etc. Can anyone point me to a list? Cheers Ferdinand
Pouring slab soon and how have people terminated their soil pipes pre pour? Trying to make power floating easier so do not want loads of pipes sticking up but also may want to make connection for toilets etc at low level. Have people just put on a coupling with temporary socket on the end of the pipe or something more elaborate? TIA
Hoping @Nickfromwales will be able to answer this one in his sleep! I want to join this (solvent weld) rodding eye to this (push fit socket) branch, via a 135 degree bend. What type of fitting should that joining piece be, i.e. solvent or socket or whatever?