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Hi,

I am currently doing a small kitchen. It needs to be wired, however the elctricians can't do it for a while, so what im thinking about doing is chasing out the walls and putting in 25mm round conduit, then plastering over it, so when the electrical work can be done they can just push the cable through the conduit and to the sockets. Is this ok to do? It's only for 4 sockets, as it's a very small kitchen.

Thanks for reading.
 
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