My MC buys and moves into a small fourteenth-century chapel in a tiny westcountry village, which has been empty ever since its conversion in the late 1980's. Having absolutely no idea about converting a chapel, and only a pinch more about moving house in general, I was hoping someone would be able to give me some very general points? I've looked into all the legal processes, but still need to know about: Would there be a telephone socket installed/ready to plug in a telephone? Would the water be connected, and if not how would she go about getting water into the taps, and how long would it take? Ditto for electricity? After the diocese (?) effectively gave up the chapel to be converted into a house (I know a little about this from research), what would happen to the graves? If it helps, there is a conversion a couple of miles from me which still has graves, in their own little enclosure surrounded by a stone wall. After the chapel was converted, no one lived there and it was left completely empty. I have her walking in and there's dead leaves on the floor, general mustiness, but nothing in disrepair. Anything else you have to add would be hugely appreciated; thank you from an inexperienced fictional property buyer!!