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if patches are minor, you could possibly use an aerosol spray stain block and then apply paint.
if more serious than minor patching and if a suitable key coat primer can not adhere to the patching, then the oil paint in the patching areas may need to be stripped back, patch repair carried out and re-painted.
If not fully prepared for cold weather it may be a good idea to wait a couple of days until the weather warms.
when working with cements, anything below 5 degrees requires precautionary measures to be taken.
some cements have a frost protection additive already but if not you can add your own, purchased per litre at most hardware stores. a frost blanket must also be used, lay your tarp first to retain the moisture in the concrete then your duvets will work well.
i wouldn't add a fan heater as this will draw water from the surface of the concrete before it has had time to cure fully.
i usually advise friends to build their sheds on concrete pad stones, this reduces labour and costs drastically and once the shed is down the beautiful concrete masterpiece is hidden by the shed flooring.
for my shed / man cave i used the polished concrete slab as my finished floor, this was laid on 50mm styro insulation, damp proof membrane, a142 reinforcing mesh and then 100mm concrete with polished finish.
all the best.
Usually a section of plastic ppe pipe would be used to replace this section due to difficult access. use brass compression couplings, you will find you have more leeway when connecting to old imperial size pipes.
if water ingress is coming from rainwater through the air brick, water should be diverted away and possibly waterproofing required at the air brick.
all the best.
You would need council permission to drop / lower your kerb edging. if your neighbour has this, this usually sets precedent for you. there is a fee for this application, you can apply for this including pricing on your district council portal. the council will carry out this works from road edge up to your demise.
double yellows are good as this means nobody will park across your drive.
you will need to install an acco trench drain across the front of your drive to ensure no surface water will flow out of your property and onto the side walk.
shingle should also be kept min 5 meters away from road edges to avoid stones being carried from the driveway into the road. property will need to be viewed or pics seen to estimate accurately.
all the best.