Domestic drainage question.

Hi Everybody. I'm in the process of upgrading my utility room and small downstairs toilet, which are part of a fairly recent extension. Currently the WC sits directly on a multi-input waste menifold like this one: http://www.screwfix.com/app/sfd/cat/pro.jsp?id 593&tsq269 The two basins concerned drain into 2 of the 40mm 'sockets'. It works fine, but looks messy, and the manifold gets in the way of the new WC.
Are there any simple improvement to this arrangement, or is the only alternative to install an additional connection to the drainage system such as a back inlet gully?
SR.
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Why not install a simple TEE Branch and a 50mm BOSS.
http://www.marleyplumbinganddrainage.com/products/soil_wst/inst_boss.htm
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BigWallop wrote:

stack to connect to. The soil pipe goes straight down into the floor and the manifold sits directly on top between the WC and soil pipe. I guess what I'm really after is a neater manifold.
I'll probably get a different WC and neaten things up by boxing the pipes in.
SR.
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So, the bowl (WC) is an "S" trap pattern ?
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