My van has the cooker and sink right next to each other with practically no worktop space, the sink has no integral draining board, so cooking tends to be a juggling act of opening and closing the covers over each of them to give somewhere to work. The bathroom sink ends up getting used to fill up the kettle quite often as it's not worth the hassle of clearing the sink cover in order to open it! We've a plastic draining board that has to sit on the closed hob cover when washing up, so blocking you from putting the kettle on, which is a MAJOR problem when I need tea!! I've seen on some vans that the glass lid over the gas hob is split in half, so you can have one side open to cook and use the other down as worktop space. Makes perfect sense - we've 4 burners on the hob and rarely use more than 2 at once. Has anyone (intentionally!) split the existing glass cover over their hob? It must be tempered glass, I wondered if a diamond bladed tile cutter - the table saw type, not score and snap! - would cut it, but I suspect it wouldn't without chipping it, so it would mean sourcing new glass. The glass itself is plain square, with a plain aluminium trim on the front that could be easily cut, and a hinge on the back that I presume could be cut into 2, providing it doesn't stop the spring mechanism from working. It's a SMEV cooker, annoyingly I can't see that they have any other models with a split lid that I could buy the parts from. The more I think about it, perhaps fabricating a stainless steel plate to go over 2 of the burners that can sit under the existing glass lid is a better idea!