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Hi, having a granny a erected in my garden and doing a lot of the the work myself.
Looking to run a armoured cable feed into the anex so it's already for electrician to eventually wire up my question is as follows.

Works out as 25m run I'll need from where sse feed in is to fuse box location in anex.

Circuits in new board will be a 11kw water heater so 50amp breaker, 9 sockets so a 32amp ring main and 3 florescent strip lights 6 amp which to me works as max potential of 88amps... Know chances of drawing 32 amps from ring isn't going to happen but due to distance etc am I potentially looking at 16mm core armored or worse 25mm core armour.

Thanks, any more info needed
 
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