Been doing a few bits at a house down my street. Guy had an EICR done a few months ago (not by me). He wanted the stuff picked up on this put right. Fair enough, I thought. So I had a look through the EICR. The installation is in generally good condition, but I have spotted a few things which I would have coded but haven't been (e.g. all sockets in cellar not screwed to patresses, just hanging loose - and so quick to rectify!). However, there is one code on the EICR that I can't get my head round. Code 2 - 'Two consumer units present'. There are indeed two separate CUs next to each other, fed from a Henley block with 25mm tails. One CU has an 80a RCD main switch, the other a 100a. The circuits are split equally and as far as I can see logically between the two units. I cannot see any problem or issue with this at all. It's virtually the same as having a single split consumer unit. Isn't it? Or am I missing something?