Hello All, My Victorian property was built in 1905, two previous owners. The last owner ran a new blue water pipe from the main stop cock at the very front of the driveway into the kitchen at the back of the house. I'm now finding I have an issue with the redesigning the kitchen (knocking walls through) as the previous owner separated this main water feed into two and decided it was a good idea to have two stop cocks inside the kitchen. These are labeled up as a cold stop and a hot stop, both approx a meter or so away from each other on opposite sides of the external kitchen door. The left hand side pipes in particular will be an issue as a wall is going to be knocked through and a steel placed where some of those pipes are. The pipework is a bit of a mess to be honest and i'm not sure how to approach it. The previous owner said he separated the water feeds as a 'belt and braces' approach as he didn't want the water pressure to drop (Main combi boiler), however the pipework needs to be reconfigured and I have not got the slightest clue how to sort it out. The kitchen had two sinks, one in an awkward corner on the right hand side of the kitchen (last photo) which i have now taken (out but pipes still need to be removed), the other one is going to remain, an old Belfast sink, which is another problem as the bottom of that leaks - i'll save that for another day though! Any advice would be welcomed and I can get better photos if needed! Hope you can understand this, it's a bit of a mess tbh!