For a definitive answer to that question you'd be best hanging on until
ADDO picks up on this thread, he will know. Or you could send him a PM.
I wasn't questioning your professional abilities, it's just that there are
inexperienced folk out there who would attempt to do this on their front lawn!
(with no manuals or the correct tools and they'd quickly realise that they'd
bitten off too much!)
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I have to tip my hat to a bloke called "flez" who rebuilt his XM autobox on the roadside, working through the left wheelarch. On that basis, it has to be possible to swap a motor on your front lawn.
Physically the engine should fit no worries - make sure you get all relevant heatshields. You may need to relocate a few smaller items to accommodate the intercooler piping. You'll need an unlocked ECU and if the pump is armoured/immobilised this will need sorting. Sensors for the dash should be swapped over from the old motor.