Hey, I'm trying to workout what route my foul pipe takes under my house I'm renovating. Wessex Water have no records for my house but assume it'll be a private foul running under the property from the back to the front (there's no public rear access to the property). There are no manholes anywhere in the garden! The I need to make a new connection into the foul for my kitchen wastes as the old owners had everything running into a soakaway. There's a downstairs toilet (old school, outside one) tacked onto the side of the kitchen at the back of the house and that's where the soil pipe for the property enters the ground. I'm trying to figure out the easiest way to tap into it. I don't particularly want to smash up the concrete floor around the toilet and soil pipe to gain access if the pipe runs under the kitchen floor and I can just dig down to it. Saying that, I have no experience of doing either so which is the simpler job? The kitchen floor has been removed so it's currently just a soil base to dig. I'm tempted to get a CCTV survey but they are quoting £200! *** Edit, I've attached some photos so you can see where they've connected to the soakaway outside and where the soil pipe runs and where the toilet is with relation to it.