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Spike

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In the past I have always run cables through the studwork on barn conversions. I have just started a new one and the builder says he wants me to run the cables between the stud partitioning which is to form the inside wall, and the outside stone wall. He says this area is not considered a wall cavity and it is OK to run the cables in. Can anyone tell me if this is right?
 
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rumrunner

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Hi
Sounds ok to me ,its just the same as if it was a dry lined building. i would just do it
good luck
 
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wayne

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i am no expert on the terms of the constriction trade ,however from the finished face of the wall to 50mm depth our rules apply
correct pls if im wrong
 
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Shakey

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yeah cant see a problem with this

it is not in the cavity so ok
 
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