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hi folks any suggestions?.
Going to start work in an industrial (which is quite large) unit which will be rented out.
it used to be one massive unit but has since been divided into two by a brick wall.
the problem is that the supply is on the other side off the wall. This is no problem for me, as my job is to isolate & rip out, put in high bay lighting all round unit plus emergency, and then make provisions for load and space for clients requirments. From there on the clients team is taking over. There are three boards in the unit each being supplied via a armoured through a hole in the wall to next door unit. There is no access to next door apart from going out to there front door and asking for access. I am unsure if this will comply with regs when i come to test it or the new clients sparks come to test there installation. Be glad of some suggestions (client is very unwilling to spend money!), cheers lads.
 

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