Not entirely. After leaving his land and before reaching the brown area he had to pipe under some of my land over which he has vehicular access. The then concreted over that area so as to be able to cover the pipe.
Following your advice I now have more and revised information. I have carried on with this thread as having the previous info etc. will obviously help but I am not trying to get the extra info for free. Please let me know how I can pay for what I am about to ask,
Taking your advice have found old title and he is entitled to lay sewer under my land. But he must make good all damage occasioned. Because he could not otherwise get a good fall to the sewer it is very shallowly laid and to cover it he has had to build up the level in a hump over the pipe with soil and gravel and in one place concrete, to the extent of perhaps a foot at one end tapering down. Further more he has installed a square manhole on the surface of my land. This manhole is approximately half in an area of my land designated as retained for my neighbour to make good any repair to the gable end of his property and the other half fully in my land not so retained. All this is to the very end extent of my land and on it but bordering and close to his land and wall. Although all this is a little unsightly and does stop me parking my car exactly where I would like I am inclined to be neighbourly and live with it to an extent. However I am worried about any future consequences of doing nothing about it.
I have been away all week. However I do not seem to have had a reply. Please advise,