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I’m after a bit of advice please. I recently had an old asbestos garage taken down and have replaced it with a brick structure inc a study done in line with building regs. I was going to reuse the old (fairly modern) board which was run from main cu with rcd but no rcd on garage board so I was told this would not be compliant nowadays. So I’ve replaced it with a garage cu from screwfix which has an rcd and mcbs. Happy days. However an electrician on our street just told me it’s still not edition 18 compliant because it should have an mcbo on each circuit rather than an rcd and mcbs. Is this correct? Many thanks (I know it needs inspection and sign off by an electrician as well - at the moment I have just connected the swa feed from house and swa out to my shed as I wanted to get power back on to shed - I was going to get an electrician to do the other circuits and then check what I’ve done)
 
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