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Hi guys looking for some advice. I recently had an extension added and new lighting was added. Building control have asked for an electrical certificate. The electrician is providing one for the changes to the lighting but not for the power as no changes were made to this. I was wondering if anyone knows if this would be acceptable as I don’t want to have it rejected. Many thanks.
 
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