Thanks, but don't have access to the CD.
Managed to get the timing belt, water pump and pulleys fitted. Couldn't get the job finished though, on removal of the crank pulley (acoustic damper) the rubber had disintegrated, and new part wont be in for a couple of days. Fortunately the car is not needed for rest of the week, so left it on axle stands until part arrives.
Unfortunately, because the pump had seized and the back of the belt was getting dragged over it, any marks that were on it were worn off, and the new continental belt did not have timing marks either.
What I did was, I cranked engine by hand until the notch on the cam pulley was at 1 o'clock position, then marked the position using tipex pen on the casing, drew a line on the belt at the notch mark too. Then used tipex pen to mark the crank, belt and engine in the same way down at the crank. Removed the tensioner and then belt.
Next I counted the number of groves/teeth between the two mark, my brother did it as well so that we could verify the count, we then transferred these marks to the new belt, refitted and tensioned, I used a 10mm wood chisel on the tensioner, there is a recess behind the tensioner, I used the chisel in this recess and used it as a lever, to push the tensioner towards the back of the car, once you get to the correct tension, the arrow moves up in line with the dot on the tensioner mounting plate, tighten the 13mm nut on the tensioner and you have the correct tention on the belt.
Cranked the engine by hand for a few complete revolutions of the belt, the marks on both pulleys aligned perfectly with marks on the engine, dont worry about the belt marks no longer aligning, this is due to the number of teeth on the belt, as long as pulleys and corresponding marks align, you're sorted.
I've had to replace crank pulleys with acoustic dampers before on other cars, they are bloody expensive £160