ELECSA Certification Scheme Elecsa assessment CU change

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Hi
i am going to be doing my elecsa assessment soon and plan to change the cu in a relative's bungalow to a wylex dual rcd board (4 + 4 ways protected and 2 ways unprotected)

What is the best practise re splitting the circuits (for integrity of supply) and should the lights be protected (thought i read somewhere that they shouldn't be, but i don't know why as the cables will be in walls, depth and mechanical protection unknown)?

Also is it neccessary to fit smoke alarms when upgrading (these would ideally be unprotected)?

Lastly is the assessor likley to ask about connecting the tails to the cu, ie working live or pulling the main fuse and resealing (which i know is naughty)?
any help is appreciated.
 
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