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I am currently taking a power supply to a garden shed and need to upgrade the bonding arrangements, as there aren't any at all.

Firstly, can someone confirm that I do need to add supplementary bonding in the bathroom, regardless of the fact that I will not be touching any of the circuits within the bathroom.

My main query is with the main bonding. The gas meter is next to the cu in the flat so is not a problem. The water service pipe however enters the flat underground, and appears above the floorboards at the opposite end of the flat to the cu. However, the pipe is also accessible under the floor, near to the cu, which I have been assured will be accessible at all times after the rest of the construction works has finished. So my question is, can I connect the main bonding under the floor near the cu, or should it be at the other end of the flat where the pipe emerges from the floor boards?

Hope this makes sense,

Regards,

Stu
 
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